- IPA[ˌsɛkənd ˈɡɛs]
- anticipate or predict (someone's actions or thoughts) by guesswork；judge or criticize (someone) with hindsight
verb: second-guess, 3rd person present: second-guesses, gerund or present participle: second-guessing, past tense: second-guessed, past participle: second-guessed
- 1. anticipate or predict (someone's actions or thoughts) by guesswork he had to second-guess what the environmental regulations would be in five years' time
- 2. North American judge or criticize (someone) with hindsight the prime minister was willing to second-guess senior ministers in public
He is too good to second guess himself。 這是棒球投手張伯倫說的一句話...後面都是負面詞) He is too good to second guess himself。 他不需要對他自己做出的決定...
i'm not one to second guess. 我不是一個會去(懷疑/批判)別人的人。(看情形) second guess=揣摩別人的心態，猜測別人 或是 批判 所以 i'm not one to second guess the doctor 我不會去批判醫生的診斷。
1.jordanesque=就是有麥克喬登的樣子/風範 2.second-guessed=直譯:第二個猜測...表示你的第1個猜測才是對的..你第2個猜測是錯的 3.predecessor...