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heroics

plural noun
 
 
/hɪˈrəʊ.ɪks/ US  /-ˈroʊ-/ mainly disapproving
risky or silly actions which are only done to make other people admire you
逞英雄的行为;哗众取宠的愚蠢行为
I was in no mood for heroics after my fall and skied very slowly down the mountainside.
我摔倒之后再也没有心情逞英雄,而是慢慢滑雪下了山坡。
Doing things without fear or proper thought
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