Translation of impetuous in Spanish:

impetuous

Pronunciation: /ɪmˈpetʃuəs/

adj

  • [person] impetuoso, impulsivo; [action/decision] impulsivo, precipitado
    More example sentences
    • But this administration seems intent on doing it in the most reckless, foolhardy and impetuous manner possible.
    • Surely, a matter of the leader of the party is too serious for an impetuous decision to be made and later taken back in the twinkling of an eye.
    • They say he is too impetuous, too rash, too impulsive.

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