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guard·ed

 (gär′dĭd)
adj.
1. Protected; defended.
2. Watched over; supervised.
3. Cautious; restrained: We view these changes with guarded optimism.

guard′ed·ly adv.
guard′ed·ness n.

guarded

(ˈɡɑːdɪd)
adj
1. protected or kept under surveillance
2. prudent, restrained, or noncommittal: a guarded reply.
ˈguardedly adv
ˈguardedness n

guard•ed

(ˈgɑr dɪd)

adj.
cautious; careful; prudent: guarded comments.
guard′ed•ly, adv.
guard′ed•ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.guarded - prudent; "guarded optimism"
cautious - showing careful forethought; "reserved and cautious; never making swift decisions"; "a cautious driver"

guarded

adjective cautious, reserved, careful, suspicious, restrained, wary, discreet, prudent, reticent, circumspect, cagey (informal), leery (slang), noncommittal The boy gave him a guarded reply.
Translations
حَذِر، مُحْتَرِس
opatrný
forsigtig
varkár
dikkatliihtiyatlı

guarded

[ˈgɑːdɪd] ADJ [person] → cauto, comedido; [reply, tone] → cauteloso; [optimism] → comedido, moderado
she was guarded about committing herselffue cautelosa or cauta a la hora de comprometerse

guarded

[ˈgɑːrdɪd] adj
(= cagey) → sur ses gardes
[look] → circonspect(e); [response] → circonspect(e)
(= cautious) guarded optimism → optimisme prudent
(= protected) heavily guarded → bien gardé(e)
The entrance was heavily guarded → L'entrée était bien gardée.
a closely guarded secret → un secret bien gardé

guarded

adj person, smilezurückhaltend, reserviert; response, support, optimismvorsichtig; I’m being a bit guarded, I supposeich bin wohl ein bisschen zu vorsichtig; to give something a guarded welcomeetw vorsichtig begrüßen; to be guarded about somethingsich über etw (acc)zurückhalten; he is guarded about his intentionser hält sich mit seinen Absichten zurück

guarded

[ˈgɑːdɪd] adj (reply, tone) → guardingo/a, cauto/a, circospetto/a

guard

(gaːd) verb
1. to protect from danger or attack. The soldiers were guarding the king/palace.
2. to prevent (a person) escaping, (something) happening. The soldiers guarded their prisoners; to guard against mistakes.
noun
1. someone who or something which protects. a guard round the king; a guard in front of the fire.
2. someone whose job is to prevent (a person) escaping. There was a guard with the prisoner every hour of the day.
3. (American conductor) a person in charge of a train.
4. the act or duty of guarding.
ˈguarded adjective
cautious. He gave guarded replies.
ˈguardedly adverb
guard of honour
soldiers or other people who are lined up as an honour to someone important. A guard of honour greeted the President at the airport.
keep guard (on)
The soldiers kept guard (on the prisoner).
off guard
unprepared. He hit me while I was off guard; to catch someone off guard.
on guard
prepared. Be on your guard against his tricks.
stand guard
to be on duty as a guard. He stood guard at the gates.

guarded

a. de cuidado; guardado-a; vigilado-a; protegido-a;
in ___ conditionde pronóstico reservado.
References in classic literature ?
The commissary designated by the same gesture Athos and Bonacieux, "Let them be guarded more closely than ever.
The ten men who guarded the tribe were set to work making a wall of stones across the narrow part of the valley.
Here he stopped for a minute, to look at the strange, irregular clusters of lights piled one above the other, and twinkling afar off so high, that they looked like stars, gleaming from the castle walls on the one side and the Calton Hill on the other, as if they illuminated veritable castles in the air; while the old picturesque town slept heavily on, in gloom and darkness below: its palace and chapel of Holyrood, guarded day and night, as a friend of my uncle's used to say, by old Arthur's Seat, towering, surly and dark, like some gruff genius, over the ancient city he has watched so long.