reluctant

[rɪˈlʌktənt] [rɪˈlʌktənt]
  • 比较级:more reluctant;
  • 最高级:most reluctant;
  • 副词:reluctantly;
  • 名词:reluctance;
  • 相关单词 reluctantly
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    • adj.
      reluctant的反义词之:不情愿的;勉强的
      willing
    • reluctant的反义词之:其他释义
      willingcheerful
    同义词解析
    • 以下这两个形容词均有"不情愿的,不愿意的" 的意思
      unwilling语气强烈,指有力的否定、拒绝。也可指被牵涉于非本意之事。
      reluctant指做不赞同的,不很乐意的或害怕的事,有时也指坚决反对某事。
    英语四级真题
      They are reluctant to give up their personal information.
      出自-2012年6月阅读原文
      And instead, I grew up believing that I was supposed to be totally independent and consequently became very reluctant to ask for help.
      出自-2011年12月听力原文
    英语六级真题
      And instead, I grew up believing that I was supposed to be totally independent and consequently became very reluctant to ask for help.
      出自-2011年12月听力原文
      For example, the shortage of young adults is likely to make countries more reluctant to commit the few they have to military service.
      出自-2010年12月阅读原文
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    • Adjective
      1. unwillingness to do something contrary to your custom;
      "a reluctant smile""loath to admit a mistake""unwilling to face facts"
      2. unwilling to become involved;
      "they were usually reluctant to socialize""reluctant to help"
      3. not eager;
      "foreigners stubbornly uneager to accept our ways""fresh from college and uneager for the moment to marry him""reluctant to help"