- adj. 有勇无谋的；蛮干的
- 1.One thick-skinned show-off waves his foot in the flames for a foolhardy second.
- 2.Although it is foolhardy to doubt that Russia can make industrial innovations, it is vastly more difficult than copying existing techniques.
- 3.Legend has it that Tal Rasha lies imprisoned within his tomb, forever struggling to keep the Lord of Destruction bound. His was a selfless act, although perhaps foolhardy.
- 1.marked by defiant disregard for danger or consequences
- 愚勇的; 有勇无谋的; 莽撞的; 蛮干;
- Foolhardy investors
- Foolhardy Waywardness