- 不愿的，不乐意的 ，无意于…的，厌恶的，厌倦的
- 不舒服的，有小病的，身体不适的 ，身体违和的
somewhat ill or prone to illness;
"my poor ailing grandmother"
"feeling a bit indisposed today"
"you look a little peaked"
"a sickly child"
"is unwell and can't come to work"
(usually followed by `to') strongly opposed;
"antipathetic to new ideas"
"averse to taking risks"
"loath to go on such short notice"
"clearly indisposed to grant their request"
- I am indisposed for any work.
- At last she went early to bed, more and more indisposed.
- indispose 使厌恶
Mr. Allworthy had been for some days indisposed with a cold.出自： Henry Fielding