- adj. 不情愿的；勉强的
- 不情愿的,勉强的 unwilling, and therefore perhaps slow to act
unwillingness to do something contrary to your custom;
"a reluctant smile"
"loath to admit a mistake"
disinclined to become involved;
"they were usually reluctant to socialize"
"reluctant to help"
"foreigners stubbornly reluctant to accept our ways"
"fresh from college and reluctant for the moment to marry him"
- They were very reluctant to help.
- I was reluctant to do over the stitching in the dress.
- By 1982 they had become reluctant to extend new loans to public borrowers.
- Margaret gave him a reluctant consent.
- He gave me a reluctant assistance.
- I am reluctant about asking him to do this.
- He was reluctant to leave me, but he had no choice.
- He was very reluctant to admit his mistake.
- He is reluctant to be photographed.
- reluctant follower 胁从分子
What light and beauty could be forced down the throats of her reluctant pupils, she forced.出自： J. Steinbeck
I was slow to grow upsreluctant..to leave the state of childhood.出自： Day Lewis
She turned to go,..wrestled with the reluctant swing door.出自： transf.