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foolhardy

adjective uk   /ˈfuːlˌhɑː.di/ us    /-ˌhɑːr-/
brave in a silly way, taking unnecessary risks: a foolhardy decision Sailing the Atlantic in such a tiny boat wasn't so much brave as foolhardy. It would be foolhardy to try and predict the outcome of the talks at this stage.
Traducciones de “foolhardy”
en coreano 무모한…
en árabe مَتهَوّر…
en portugués imprudente, temerário…
en catalán temerari…
en japonés 無謀な…
en italiano temerario…
en chino (tradicionál) 有勇無謀的,莽撞的…
en ruso безрассудно храбрый…
en turco çılgın, atak, cesur…
en chino (simplificado) 有勇无谋的,莽撞的…
en polaco ryzykancki…
(Definition of foolhardy from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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