hothead

英 ['hɒthed] 美 ['hɑthɛd]
  • n. 性急的人;鲁莽的人
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hothead 莽撞的人

比喻用法。

hothead (n.)
"short-tempered person," 1650s, from hot in the figurative sense + head (n.); Johnson's dictionary also lists hotmouthed "headstrong, ungovernable;" Elizabethan English had hot-brain "hothead" (c. 1600); and Old English had hatheort "anger, rage," literally "hot heart."
1. He is a hothead and a bully just like his dad.
他和他爸爸一样都是个恃强凌弱的莽夫。

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2. She's such a hothead.
她真是个急性子.

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3. Or some hothead trying to challenge you because his sister wants to meet you?
你能想象被一些冲动的家伙挑衅仅仅是因为他的妹妹想见见你?

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4. He was such a hothead, he slammed down his coffee mug and broke it.
快说说, 你们老板当时什么反应?

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