indiscretion

US [ˌɪndɪˈskreʃ(ə)n]
UK [.ɪndɪ'skreʃ(ə)n]
  • n.轻率;不慎的言行;(尤指道德上)不检点的言行;鲁莽
  • Web不慎重;言行失检;轻浮
Plural Form:indiscretions  
indiscretion
n.
1.
[c]
不慎的言行;(尤指道德上)不检点的言行an act or remark that is indiscreet , especially one that is not morally acceptable
youthful indiscretions
年轻人的不检点行为
2.
[u]
轻率;鲁莽the act of saying or doing sth without thinking about the effect it may have, especially when this embarrasses or offends sb
He talked to the press in a moment of indiscretion.
他一时冲动对新闻界发表了讲话。

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