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foolhardy

adjective
 
 
/ˈfuːlˌhɑː.di/ US  /-ˌhɑːr-/
brave in a silly way, taking unnecessary risks
有勇无谋的,莽撞的
a foolhardy decision
鲁莽的决定
Sailing the Atlantic in such a tiny boat wasn't so much brave as foolhardy.
乘这样一艘小船在大西洋上航行不是勇敢,而是莽撞。
It would be foolhardy to try and predict the outcome of the talks at this stage.
在谈判的现阶段就预测结果显得既愚蠢又鲁莽。
Doing things without fear or proper thought
Translations of “foolhardy”
in Korean 무모한…
in Arabic مَتهَوّر…
in Portuguese imprudente, temerário…
in Catalan temerari…
in Japanese 無謀な…
in Italian temerario…
in Chinese (Traditional) 有勇無謀的,莽撞的…
in Russian безрассудно храбрый…
in Turkish çılgın, atak, cesur…
in Polish ryzykancki…
(Definition of foolhardy from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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