Definitions and translations for "recklessness"

Definition of recklessness

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1. The state or quality of being reckless or heedless, of taking unnecessary risks.
His recklessness repeatedly put him in danger.
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English - English - recklessness

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n. rashness, hastiness, impulsiveness, heedlessness

English - Spanish - recklessness

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s. imprudencia, atolondramiento, impremeditación, imprudencia temeraria, irreflexión, ligereza, temeridad

English - French - recklessness

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n. insouciance; imprudence, témérité

English - German - recklessness

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n. Rücksichtslosigkeit; Unbekümmertheit; Leichtsinn

English - Indonesian - recklessness

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n. kenekatan, keugal-ugalan, kesembronoan, keserampangan

English - Italian - recklessness

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s. noncuranza; avventatezza, sconsideratezza, sventatezza

English - Polish - recklessness

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n. lekkomyślność, brawura

English - Portuguese - recklessness

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s. imprudência, negligência, afobação

English - Romanian - recklessness

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n. nepăsare, indiferenţă, nechibzuinţă, inconştienţă, îndrăzneală, nesăbuinţă, uşurinţă, curaj, aventurism

English - Russian - recklessness

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с. безрассудство, ослепление

English - Turkish - recklessness

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i. pervasızlık, düşüncesizlik, umursamazlık, dikkatsizlik

English - Dutch - recklessness

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zn. roekeloosheid

English - Greek - recklessness

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ουσ. απερισκεψία, θράσος, απροσεξία

English - Arabic - recklessness

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‏مغامرة، طيش، تهور، مجازفة‏

English - Chinese - recklessness

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(名) 鲁莽, 不顾一切, 轻率

English - Chinese - recklessness

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(名) 魯莽, 不顧一切, 輕率

English - Japanese - recklessness

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(名) 向こう見ず, がむしゃら

English - Korean - recklessness

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명. 충동적임, 부주의함, 경솔함, 무모함
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Synonyms for recklessness
desperation: carelessness, trouble, frenzy