fbpx

猪突猛進(ちょとつもうしん)

headlong rush; rushing recklessly

  • 猪突【ちょとつ】recklessness; foolhardiness
  • 猛進【もうしん】rushing madly ahead

KANJI:

  • 猪 (wild boar) 
  • 突 (stab; thrust; pierce; sudden)
  • 猛 (fierce; rush; furious; wild)
  • 進 (advance; progress)

The idiom is used when someone or something rushes into a situation head on, without a plan or much thought.


猪突猛進(ちょとつもうしん)する勇者(ゆうしゃ)

A brave man who rushes forward

  • 猪突猛進する headlong rush
  •  勇者【ゆうしゃ】 hero; the brave; man of valor



(とき)には猪突猛進(ちょとつもうしん)する勇気(ゆうき)必要(ひつよう)だ。

There are times one must have the courage to rush in.

  • 時に sometimes
  • は as for (topic marker)
  • 猪突猛進する勇気 bravery that rushes in
  • が必要だ is necessary

Sharing is caring!

{"email":"Email address invalid","url":"Website address invalid","required":"Required field missing"}

Let's connect!

Hot Deal at TheJapanShop.com | Upto 70% OFF

#1

Best Selling Bundles + Big discounts + lifetime free updates!

Click the learn more button below and give your Japanese a boost!

5 of 5 stars

Level up your Japanese with Makoto+! Starts with a free trial.

#2

DISCOVER HOW MAKOTO CAN BOOST YOUR JAPANESE

**The fun Japanese not usually found in textbook**

  • Laughs, Jokes, Riddles, and Puns
  • Vocabulary
  • Prefecture Spotlight
  • Etymology
  • Anime Phrase of the Day
  • Haiku
  • Kanji Spotlight
  • Grammar Time!
  • Japanese Readers and sooo much more
  • 5 of 5 stars

    >