简明英汉词典

temerity
[ti5meriti]
n.
卤莽, 蛮勇

美国传统词典[双解]

temerity
te.mer.i.ty
AHD:[t…-mμr“1-t?]
D.J.[t*6meriti8]
K.K.[t*6mWr!ti]
n.(名词)
Foolhardy disregard of danger; recklessness.
鲁莽:不考虑危险的愚蠢行为;鲁莽

语源

(1)

Middle English temerite
中古英语 temerite

(2)

from Old French
源自 古法语

(3)

from Latin temerit3s
源自 拉丁语 temerit3s

(4)

from temere [rashly]
源自 temere [鲁莽的]

参考词汇

(1)

temerityaudacityeffronterynervecheekgall

(2)

These nouns refer to striking, often aggressive boldness.
这些名词都指令人震惊的,常常是咄咄逼人的冒失。

(3)

Temerity implies a foolhardy flouting of danger:
Temerity 暗指对危险有勇无谋的轻视:
Conducting the premiere of a symphony without a rehearsal requires temerity.
不排练而直接指挥一部交响乐的首次公演是鲁莽的。

(4)

Audacity suggests heedlessness of the restraints imposed by prudence, propriety, or convention:
Audacity 暗示对谨慎、礼貌或社会习俗的约束置之不理:
“In war nothing is impossible, provided you use audacity” (George S. Patton).
“战争中没有什么事情是不可能的,只要你有胆识” (乔治·S·巴顿)。

(5)

Effrontery and nerve denote impudent, arrogant, or shameless boldness:
Effrontery 和nerve 表示不谨慎的、狂妄自大的或无耻的大胆:
He had the effrontery to suggest that she enjoyed being unhappy.
他无耻地大胆暗示,她喜欢不幸。
A raise? When your work is so slipshod?
提升?当你工作这么马马虎虎的时候?
You do have a nerve!
你确实 够胆大的了!

(6)

Cheek connotes cool impertinence and brashness:
Cheek 表示冷淡的傲慢和鲁莽:
Do you really have the cheek to insult your hosts?
你真有胆子侮辱你的主人们?

(7)

Gall suggests brazenness and unconscionable insolence:
Gall 暗示厚颜无耻和无意识傲慢:
With unmitigated gall he crashed the party and then criticized the food.
他既傲慢又鲁莽地冲进晚会,然后把食品指责了一番

现代英汉词典

temerity
[tI5merItI]
n.
鲁莽;蛮勇

现代英汉综合大辞典

temerity
[ti5meriti]
n.
鲁莽, 轻率

英文相关词典

temerity
boldness    indiscretion    rashness    timidity    

美国传统词典

temerity
te.mer.i.ty
AHD:[t…-mμr“1-t?]
D.J.[t*6meriti8]
K.K.[t*6mWr!ti]
n.
Foolhardy disregard of danger; recklessness.

语源

(1)

Middle English temerite

(2)

from Old French

(3)

from Latin temerit3s

(4)

from temere [rashly]

参考词汇

(1)

temerity, audacity, effrontery, nerve, cheek, gall

(2)

These nouns refer to striking, often aggressive boldness.

(3)

Temerity implies a foolhardy flouting of danger:
Conducting the premiere of a symphony without a rehearsal requires temerity.

(4)

Audacity suggests heedlessness of the restraints imposed by prudence, propriety, or convention:
“In war nothing is impossible, provided you use audacity” (George S. Patton).

(5)

Effrontery and nerve denote impudent, arrogant, or shameless boldness:
He had the effrontery to suggest that she enjoyed being unhappy.
A raise? When your work is so slipshod?
You do have a nerve!

(6)

Cheek connotes cool impertinence and brashness:
Do you really have the cheek to insult your hosts?

(7)

Gall suggests brazenness and unconscionable insolence:
With unmitigated gall he crashed the party and then criticized the food.

英汉心理学大词典

temerity
轻率

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