disinclined

[ˌdɪsɪnˈklaɪnd] [ˌdɪsɪnˈklaɪnd]
例句
英语六级真题
    Older societies may be less innovative and more strongly disinclined to take risks than younger ones.
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柯林斯高阶英汉双解学习词典释义
  • ADJ
    不愿意的;不喜欢的
    If you are disinclined to do something, you do not want to do it.
    例句
    He was disinclined to talk about himself, especially to his students... 他不喜欢谈论他自己,尤其是当着他学生的面。 They are disinclined to use violence because it is against their Buddhist faith. 他们不愿意使用暴力,因为这么做违背他们的佛教信仰。
英汉词典释义
  • adj.
    不情愿;勉强
    He gave me a disinclined assistance. 他很不情愿地给了我帮助。 He is disinclined to be photographed. 他不情愿被人照相。 He was yoked to an disinclined partner. 他不得不与一位不情愿的伙伴合作。 A man like Luke had no need to force his attentions on disinclined women. 像卢克这样的男人没必要向不情愿的女人献殷勤。 He had a disinclined smile on his face. 他脸上带着一丝勉强的微笑。
英英词典释义
  • Adjective
    1. unwilling because of mild dislike or disapproval;
    "disinclined to say anything to anybody"