judicious - urteilsfähig, vernünftig, verständig
judiciously - vernünftig, verständig
judiciousness - die Einsicht, die Klugheit
urteilsfähig - discriminating, judicious
verständig - discreet, judicious, judiciously, knowledgeably, prudential [sic?], rational, sensible, understanding, wise
judicious - a: (discerning) klar blickend; b: (sensible) besonnen
judiciously - mit Bedacht
judicious, judiciously - klug, umsichtig
judicious - having, showing, or done with good judgment or sense: the efficient and judicious use of pesticides.
USAGE: See usage at JUDICIAL.
judicial - of, by, or appropriate to a law court or judge: a judicial inquiry into the allegations | a judicial system.
USAGE: 'Judicial' means 'relating to judgment and the administration of justice': the judicial system; judicial robes. Do not confuse it with 'judicious,' which means 'prudent, reasonable': getting off the highway the minute you felt tired was a judicious choice.
judicious - shrewd, sensible, wise or tactful.
The judicious use of humor in a condom promotion campaign
The Pork Quality Assurance (PQA) program of the National Pork Board provides a basis for the judicious use of antimicrobials.
considered the national standard for the training of law abiding armed citizens in the judicious use of lethal force in self defense.
should serve as a guide for both the practitioner and regulators with regard to the judicious use of these drugs in the course of medical practice
[He] sees the judicious application of military force as the only option in regions where diplomatic or economic incentives fail to persuade
Today, however, the deployment of such expensive surveying resources can be optimized by the judicious application of remote-sensing data.
Moreover, the judicious application of fertilizer reduces the amount of time that cropland must lie fallow
Selective COX-2 inhibitors should be used judiciously in the presence of renal impairment
However, the test should be used judiciously. In fact, it should be used only in a minority of patients with vasovagal syncope.
Java can do lots of nifty things, but again should be used judiciously, as many people do not load their browsers with Java enabled
Color is a powerful graphic element and can add strong impact to your poster, but it must be used judiciously.
Carbamazepine must be used judiciously because it may worsen bone marrow suppression caused by other HIV drugs.
should be added judiciously to prevent microbial growth and not as a remedy for grossly contaminated fluids
Cato scholars suggest a more judicious approach to intervention abroad.
These tensions call for critical thinking and balanced and judicious decision-making across a range of fundamental issues such as the rights of the parent ...
the archivist knew that it was a judicious decision to transfer the Archives to Canada
Focusing on legislation and basic institutional building was a judicious decision since it often takes a new administration time to become informed
The proposed system, called Spread Spectrum - Multi-Carrier - Multiple Access (SS-MC-MA) turns out to be a judicious solution to combat ...
In conclusion therefore, a judicious solution to this situation, and the one supported here, is to expand the name of the group to include ...
In town he's a social misfit, a souse; in the bush he's a judicious leader with an unerring sense of direction.
According to the Greek warrior Xenophon, Cyrus was a judicious leader, strict, fair, and ambitious.
I support the general idea, even if I have no comment on the various German options. Here are some more examples in case anyone wants to test more choices in context.
In actual practice, even though the dictionary definitions don't seem to reflect this, the actual sense of 'judicious(ly)' is often more toward 'sparing(ly).' I even wondered about something like 'sparsam,' 'mäßig,' 'in Maßen,' ...