Adjective(1) unwillingness to do something contrary to your custom(2) disinclined to become involved(3) not eager
(1) What on earth could be in our files that made them so reluctant to give us access?(2) he's very reluctant(3) People are somewhat more reluctant to talk to foreigners than they were at the beginning.(4) But that would entail spending money the company is reluctant to spend right now.(5) In the past, companies were reluctant to share information with suppliers.(6) There are a lot of people, though, who would be very reluctant to let our traditional flag go.(7) But investors are reluctant to take on long-term risk given the uncertainties over the economy.(8) Still, counterterrorism agencies remain reluctant to share sensitive information or cooperate on prosecutions.(9) But people appear increasingly reluctant to intervene in public places.(10) Oddly enough, he found himself reluctant to share any specifics of that night.(11) Government officials always seem so reluctant to define qualifications for recipients of social welfare.(12) Even boys - traditionally reluctant readers - were devouring it under the blankets.(13) she gave a reluctant laugh(14) The reluctant heroes are whisked off into space for their biggest role ever.(15) their acceptance of the decision was reluctant(16) she was a reluctant participant
(1) be reluctant to leave :: være tilbageholdende med at forlade
1. unwilling ::
2. shy ::
3. loath to ::
tilbageholdne med at
4. loth ::
1. inclined ::
Different Formsreluctant, reluctantly
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