简明英汉词典

reckless
[5reklis]
adj.
不计后果的

美国传统词典[双解]

reckless
reck.less
AHD:[rμk“l1s]
D.J.[6reklis]
K.K.[6rWkl!s]
adj.(形容词)

(1)

Heedless or careless.
粗心的:不注意的或粗心大意的

(2)

Headstrong; rash.
鲁莽的:草率的;莽撞的

(3)

Indifferent to or disregardful of consequences:
不顾后果的:对后果不关心或忽视的:
a reckless driver.
横冲直撞的司机

语源

(1)

Middle English reckeles
中古英语 reckeles

(2)

from Old English r??as} * see reg-
源自 古英语 r??as} *参见 reg-

继承用法

recklessly
adv.(副词)

recklessness
n.(名词)

参考词汇

(1)

recklessrashprecipitatefoolhardytemerarious

(2)

These adjectives are compared as they mean given to or marked by unthinking boldness.
当这些形容词都表不加思考的鲁莽的意思时,常把它们进行比较。

(3)

Reckless suggests brazen indifference to or defiant disregard for consequences:
Reckless 指对后果厚颜无耻的冷漠或轻蔑的忽视:
“James . . . became the fiercest and most reckless of partisans” (Macaulay).
“詹姆士…变成了一个最鲁莽且不顾后果的党徒” (麦考利)。

(4)

Rash implies haste, impetuousness, and insufficient consideration:
Rash 暗指匆忙、冲动且没有足够考虑的:
“Take calculated risks. That is quite different from being rash” (George S. Patton).
“精细估算后再去冒这个险。这与鲁莽大大不同” (乔治·S·巴顿)。

(5)

Precipitate connotes headlong haste without due deliberation:
Precipitate 暗示没有审慎考虑的轻率匆忙:
“destroyed in a precipitate burning of his papers a few days before his death” (James Boswell).
“在临死前的几天中他匆忙地烧毁了文件” (詹姆士·鲍斯韦尔)。

(6)

Foolhardy implies injudicious or imprudent boldness:
Foolhardy 暗指不明智的或不谨慎的莽撞:
One of the hostages was foolhardy enough to try to wrest the gun from the hijacker's hand.
有一个人质莽撞地企图去夺劫机者手中的枪。

(7)

Temerarious suggests reckless presumption:
Temerarious 指不顾后果的傲慢:
“the temerarious use of Christian names” (H.G. Wells).
“傲慢地使用教名” (H·G·威尔斯)

现代英汉词典

reckless
[5reklIs]
adj.
鲁莽的;轻率的
reckless driving
鲁莽驾驶,鲁莽行车
Such reckless spending is a crime.
如此挥霍是一种罪恶。

现代英汉综合大辞典

reckless
[5reklis]
adj.

(1)

不注意的; 粗心大意的

(2)

鲁莽的; 不顾一切的
be reckless of the consequences
毫不顾及后果
be reckless of expenditure
乱花钱

继承用法

recklessly
adv.

recklessness
n.

习惯用语

be reckless of
不注意

英文相关词典

reckless
careless    hasty    heedless    impetuous    inconsiderate    rash    thoughtless    unmindful    careful    

[七国语言]英汉公共大词典

reckless
冒失

美国传统词典

reckless
reck.less
AHD:[rμk“l1s]
D.J.[6reklis]
K.K.[6rWkl!s]
adj.

(1)

Heedless or careless.

(2)

Headstrong; rash.

(3)

Indifferent to or disregardful of consequences:
a reckless driver.

语源

(1)

Middle English reckeles

(2)

from Old English r??as} * see reg-

继承用法

recklessly
adv.

recklessness
n.

参考词汇

(1)

reckless, rash, precipitate, foolhardy, temerarious

(2)

These adjectives are compared as they mean given to or marked by unthinking boldness.

(3)

Reckless suggests brazen indifference to or defiant disregard for consequences:
“James . . . became the fiercest and most reckless of partisans” (Macaulay).

(4)

Rash implies haste, impetuousness, and insufficient consideration:
“Take calculated risks. That is quite different from being rash” (George S. Patton).

(5)

Precipitate connotes headlong haste without due deliberation:
“destroyed in a precipitate burning of his papers a few days before his death” (James Boswell).

(6)

Foolhardy implies injudicious or imprudent boldness:
One of the hostages was foolhardy enough to try to wrest the gun from the hijacker's hand.

(7)

Temerarious suggests reckless presumption:
“the temerarious use of Christian names” (H.G. Wells).

英汉化学大词典

reckless
adj.不注意的,不顾后果的

英汉海运大词典

reckless
鲁莽(法律),不顾后果地

英汉计算机大词典

reckless
adj.不注意的(不顾后果的)

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