- adj. 迟疑的；犹豫不定的
lacking decisiveness of character; unable to act or decide quickly or firmly
- He was hesitant about giving her the secret.
- Senate tax writers were hesitant to agree to the House proposal because of concerns that it represented the camel's nose under the tent.
- The state or quality of being hesitant.
- The speaker was rather hesitant and had to be prompted occasionally by the chairman.
From a hesitant leader with unsure goals to a strong figure with deeply appealing objectives.出自： M. L. King
Stephan's narrative style was hesitant, oblique, slightly stammering.出自： M. Drabble