Definición de reckless en inglés:

reckless

Silabificación: reck·less
Pronunciación: /ˈrekləs
 
/

adjetivo

(Of a person or their actions) without thinking or caring about the consequences of an action: reckless driving
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • A police investigation blamed the driver of the minibus for reckless driving.
  • Villagers are donning fluorescent jackets and going out on patrol to help curb reckless driving.
  • Boy racers face seeing their cars behind bars as part of a Maldon police crackdown on reckless driving.
Sinónimos

Origen

Old English reccelēas, from the Germanic base (meaning 'care') of reck.

Derivativos

recklessly

adverbio
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Both have committed enormous sums of money - at times recklessly - in search of victory.
  • And six drivers in 10 said they regularly see other people driving aggressively or recklessly.
  • There are also other drivers who keep recklessly changing lanes, disregarding the safety of others.

recklessness

sustantivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The naivety and irresponsible recklessness of this position is breathtaking.
  • The law should differentiate between wilful recklessness and ‘a moment of madness’.
  • It is a tragic waste of human potential that so many young people put themselves at risk on the roads and pay the ultimate price for their recklessness.

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