improvident

英 [ɪm'prɒvɪd(ə)nt] 美 [ɪm'prɑvədənt]
  • adj. 浪费的;无远见的;无先见之明的
GRE
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improvident 不顾将来的,挥霍的

im-,不,非,provident,有远见的,考虑将来的,节俭的。

improvident (adj.)
1510s, from im- "not" + provident. It retains a stronger connection with the "provide" aspect of Latin providere. Related: Improvidently.
1. I wonder he should be so improvident in a point of such common, such natural , concern!
我不相信他对于这样平平常常 、 屡见不鲜的利害关系如此缺乏先见之明!

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2. We ought not to go jogging along , improvident, incompetent, waiting for something to turn up.
我们不应该不顾未来,毫无办法地凑合着过下去, 等待着新的事情发生.

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3. Her improvident speech at the meeting has set a stone rolling.
她在会上的发言缺乏远见,已产生严重后果.

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4. You will pay for your improvident undisciplined behavior.
你会为自己轻率任性的行为付出代价的.

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5. He must bear the consequences of his improvident action will he, nill he.
不管他愿意不愿意, 他必须对自己挥霍浪费所造成的后果负责.

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