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kamikaze

adjective uk   us   /ˌkæm.iˈkɑː.zi/
[before noun] A kamikaze attack is a sudden violent attack on an enemy, especially one in which the person or people attacking know that they will be killed: a kamikaze attack/mission being willing to take risks and not worrying about safety: kamikaze taxi drivers a kamikaze attitude
Translations of “kamikaze”
in Chinese (Traditional) 自殺式攻擊, 自殺式的, 莽撞而不顧一切的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 自杀性攻击, 自杀性的, 莽撞而不顾一切的…
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