任情 [rèn qíng]1. let oneself go; to one's heart's content; as much as one likes; do as one pleases
鱼水情 in English, Dictionar... ... 人情 reason; human emotions; human interaction; social relationship; friendship; favor; a good turn 任情 to let oneself go; to do as much as one pleases 日久生情 familiarity breeds fondness (idiom) ...
Frankness and Sincerity
Follow your heart
composed by the feeling freely
Doing at Will
let oneself go; willfully do things
Unbinding social intercourse brought about a more natural and free life.2.
"I certainly have not the talent which some people possess, " said Darcy, "of conversing easily with those I have never seen before.3.
Besides, he advances social opinion from his philosophy ideas. The two aspects supplement each other and embody the pursuit of the "Emotionalism Freedom".
【示例】明·何良俊《四友斋丛说·经》：“只缘刘狂诞自高，又制行不检，任情放言，不久遂出守镇江府 。”蔡东藩 《清史演义》第二回：“且说尼堪外兰用诡计袭破古埒城，掳了些金银财宝，搬回图伦，终日流连酒色，任情取乐。”