English version

devil-may-care

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdevil-may-careˌdevil-may-ˈcare adjective  CARELESShappy and willing to take risks a devil-may-care attitude to life
Examples from the Corpus
devil-may-careStill, he was ever devil-may-care.In six years she had never been able to cultivate that devil-may-care attitude that seemed to characterise the gentleman at the Feathers.I had a devil-may-care attitude to my athletics.In them he perceives a devil-may-care attitude which is attractive to him.She just didn't have Mandy's devil-may-care charm.However, to many devil-may-care young people London in the blitz was a place of exhilaration and excitement.devil-may-care attitudea reckless, devil-may-care attitudeIn six years she had never been able to cultivate that devil-may-care attitude that seemed to characterise the gentleman at the Feathers.I had a devil-may-care attitude to my athletics.In them he perceives a devil-may-care attitude which is attractive to him.
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