Meaning of uncalculated in English:

uncalculated

Pronunciation /ʌnˈkalkjʊleɪtɪd/

adjective

  • (of an action) done without full consideration of the likely consequences.

    ‘a hasty, uncalculated decision’
    • ‘What saves him is sincerity and uncalculated emotion.’
    • ‘A speed camera might catch speeders, might stop some accidents, but it will not stop people from taking uncalculated, dangerous risks.’
    • ‘Its studies have increasingly pointed to the uncalculated risks of exposure to lawn-care chemicals.’
    • ‘I took a chance, an uncalculated risk without knowing what the reactions would be.’
    • ‘The whole thing had been completely improvised and uncalculated.’
    • ‘His age and the isolated and uncalculated nature of his offences counted in his favour but he can still consider himself fortunate to be a free man.’
    • ‘Joe's actions at the rescue are impulsive, uncalculated, and even noble.’
    • ‘While he has invested in public and private companies in Ireland and overseas, he does not take uncalculated risks.’
    unintentional, unintended, accidental, unpremeditated, unplanned, unmeant, innocent, uncalculated, unconscious, unthinking, unwitting, involuntary