- vt. 使厌恶；使不适当；使不能
make unfit or unsuitable;
"Your income disqualifies you"
cause to feel unwell;
"She was indisposed"
- Heavy taxes indispose a citizen to work hard.
That prejudice..did indispose them for an equal judgment of things.出自： J. Wilkins
He was a little indisposed by a Fall that he had received.出自： Defoe