English version

throw/cast caution to the winds

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishthrow/cast caution to the windsthrow/cast caution to the windsliteraryRISK to stop worrying about danger and to take a big risk Throwing caution to the winds, she swung around to face him. caution
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throw/cast caution to the windsAnything less truly would be throwing caution to the winds.My friends and their little daughter went splashing blithely in so I threw caution to the winds and followed.The two of us threw caution to the winds and raced to the rescue.
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