I saw a movie “A Beautiful Mind”.
In the movie, a person said “hubris of the defeated” to a person who lost a game.
In the language I use, it appears to mean “the statement uttered when a person lost a game, battle, etc., and the person is thinking that he should have won, and is frustrated”.
Is that a correct interpretation?
I appreciate if the answers were written using basic words.
The proverbial expression is “Pride goes before a fall.”
“The hubris of the defeated” is a reference to the overconfidence of someone who is bound to lose, not win.
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