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planning carefully for future especially finances
英语解释:making sure to provide money and other things that you need for the future
You are provident if you are careful in planning for the future, especially by saving money for your old age and sickness. A person who is economical and builds up enough savings for the needy day is provident. Otherwise they are improvident. A person who is provident doesn't waste money but saves it for the future.
- He had a carefully laid plan for his plan. He was provident enough to save a part of his salary every month and invested it cleverly. He has a worry free retired life as he has enough money to live comfortably.
- A person who is not provident finds himself miserable in his old age because he will have no money then, and not in a position to earn money.