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reluctant 

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reluctant

[ri'lʌktənt]

adj.不情愿的, 勉强的

例句与用法:

He's reluctant to begin, but when he does you should see him go into action.

他不愿意开始,但他一旦开始了,你就会看到他干得十分卖力。

I was reluctant to do over the stitching in the dress.

我不愿意把衣服上的线脚拆了重缝。

He gave a reluctant promise.

他勉强答应下来了。

They were very reluctant to help.

他们不大愿意帮忙。

词形变化:

副词: reluctantly |

a.

1. 不情愿的; 勉强的[+to-v]

She was reluctant to give her money away.

她不愿意把钱送给别人。

2. 【罕】阻挠的, 顽抗的[(+to)]


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