With etymological origin in the Latin word incautus, the term unwary It has two meanings according to the dictionary of the Royal Spanish Academy (RAE ). The first meaning refers to who lacks caution : care, caution.
Incauto can also be used to rate the subject gullible or inexperienced . Who is unsuspecting, therefore, has no liveliness, mischief or malice.
For example: "The unsuspecting puppies moved away from their mother and were at the mercy of predators", "Only a unsuspecting can fall into such a deception", “I was very unsuspecting with that woman”.
Suppose a young man, as soon as he gets his driver's license, decides to borrow a friend's car to make a trip from more than 1,000 kilometers . Due to his lack of experience behind the wheel, it can be said that the boy is unsuspecting since he does not act with the reserve and the necessary provisions to minimize the risk of accident . If it were prudent, he would make shorter journeys to add skill in the vehicle and only later would he face such an extensive route.
It can also be described as unsuspecting, but in the sense of innocent or naive , to an individual who allows a person to enter man who introduces himself as a bank worker and asks for all his 100 pesos bills since, he says, they will soon cease to have legal value. This supposed bank employee ensures that a short time later he will bring you the new banknotes. However, he finally never comes back: it was an impostor who took advantage of the unsuspecting and stole his money.