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  ( rashes    plural  )
1       adj   If someone is rash or does rash things, they act without thinking carefully first, and therefore make mistakes or behave foolishly.  
It would be rash to rely on such evidence..., Mr. Major is making no rash promises...     
  rashly      adv   ADV with cl, ADV after v  
I made quite a lot of money, but I rashly gave most of it away...     
  rashness      n-uncount  
With characteristic rashness and valor, Peter plunged into the icy water.     
2       n-count   A rash is an area of red spots that appears on your skin when you are ill or have a bad reaction to something that you have eaten or touched.  
He may break out in a rash when he eats these nuts...     
3       n-sing   If you talk about a rash of events or things, you mean a large number of unpleasant events or undesirable things, which have happened or appeared within a short period of time.  
N of n   (=spate)  
...one of the few major airlines left untouched by the industry's rash of takeovers...     

nappy rash     
If a baby has nappy rash, the skin under its nappy is red and sore.  
  (BRIT)      n-uncount  
in AM, use diaper rash     
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      adj   adventurous, audacious, brash, careless, foolhardy, harebrained, harum-scarum, hasty, headlong, headstrong, heedless, helter-skelter, hot-headed, ill-advised, ill-considered, impetuous, imprudent, impulsive, incautious, indiscreet, injudicious, madcap, precipitate, premature, reckless, thoughtless, unguarded, unthinking, unwary, venturesome  
   canny, careful, cautious, considered, premeditated, prudent, well-thought-out  

Diccionario de inglés sinónimos  

rash          [2]  
1    eruption, outbreak  
2    epidemic, flood, outbreak, plague, series, spate, succession, wave  

Diccionario de inglés sinónimos  

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nappy rash, rasher, rashly, radish

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