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任性的
Simplified 任性的
Traditional 任性的
Pin Yin
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English
  • capricious
  • headstrong
  • impulsive
  • self-indulgent
  • self-partial
  • self-willed
  • unruly; wilful
  • [Law] undisciplined; wanton; wayward; wilful
Examples:
1. 尽管受了宗教教育,爱玲无疑是个非常任性的人。
Despite her religious upbringing, Aileen was decidedly a victim of her temperament.
2. 优秀的情感和责任劝告她控制住自己任性的情绪。
Good sense and duty counseled her to control her wayward spirit.
3. 他原以为她一定会说出一些任性的话来作为回答。
He expected that in answer she would say something rather free.
4. 他认为她是任性的,很容易对一时的快乐产生厌倦。
He judged her to be capricious, and easily weary of the pleasure of the moment.
5. 我们应该是倔强,任性的夏威夷人,让世界在我们死去的时候看到我们的本色。
It was better that we had a headstrong, volatile Hawaiian. Let the world see us dying as we actually were.
6. 她报告说他是一个多病的任性的东西。
She reported him to be an ailing, peevish creature.
7. 在我们最出色的人身上都有任性的一面。
The best of us have a spice of perversity in us.
8. 这个任性的家伙也许需要挨一顿鞭子,才能使她懂得什么叫主宰。
The capricious creature probably wanted a whipping to bring her to the understanding of the principle called mastery.
9. 她的嘴角露出一种任性的表情。
The expression around her mouth was petulant.
10. 人们不是都说爱情是任性的、轻率的吗?
Wasn't love supposed to be spontaneous, reckless?