Translation of harebrained in Spanish:

harebrained

descabellado, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈhɛːbreɪnd//ˈhɛrbreɪnd/

adjective

  • 1

    descabellado
    disparatado
    • Other hare-brained schemes were hatched, half-implemented and then went nowhere.
    • These hare-brained beliefs are hardly found only in the minds of the British upper-class.
    • But thanks to modern mobile technology, what was once only a hare-brained idea has now become a startling reality.
    • The decision as to whether this hare-brained scheme goes ahead is currently with the First Minister but the council is behaving as if it is a foregone conclusion.
    • We wish to register our protest at the ludicrous, hare-brained and outrageous scheme being put forward as improvements, supposedly to increase the flow of traffic through this area.
    • The numerous hare-brained schemes, such as ‘Capital of Culture’ status, costing millions of ratepayers' hard-earned cash, should be abandoned.
    • They come up with hare-brained schemes that cause so many problems they take more time to fix than to create.
    • That's when panic struck me; I didn't actually expect her to support my hare-brained idea!
    • It's time these starry-eyed amateurs stopped their hare-brained meddling.
    • There's something mad-scientist / hare-brained baroque about it.