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(形容词) 
Definition
frivolous and not very reliable or serious
In my youth I was a frivolous fool, vain and flighty.
同义词
frivolous
I was a bit too frivolous to be a doctor.
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wild
I was just a kid and full of wild ideas.
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volatile
She has a volatile temperament.
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unstable
The situation is unstable and potentially dangerous.
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irresponsible
It would be irresponsible to accept unrealistic targets.
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dizzy (informal)
a charmingly dizzy grandmother
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fickle
They are fickle, faithless and lewd.
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mercurial
his mercurial temperament
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giddy
At our stage in life we are unlikely to become giddy spendthrifts.
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capricious
capricious mood swings
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unsteady
His unsteady relationship with his flatmates incited him to move out.
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changeable
He was a man of changeable moods.
The forecast is for changeable weather.
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light-headed
a light-headed youth
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harebrained
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scatterbrained
She plays a scatterbrained student.
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ditzy or ditsy (slang)

其他同义词

in the sense of capricious
Definition
having a tendency to sudden unpredictable changes of attitude or behaviour
capricious mood swings
in the sense of changeable
Definition
changing often
He was a man of changeable moods.The forecast is for changeable weather.
in the sense of dizzy
a charmingly dizzy grandmother
同义词
scatty (British, informal),
bird-brained (informal),
featherbrained,
ditzy or ditsy (slang)

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The desire to push the boundaries has been a motivator in many a daring expedition, testing the human spirit and physical abilities to the utmost. Indulge your adventurous spirit by exploring some associated ‘extreme’ vocabulary. Will you have the survival skills to master our quiz?
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