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Spanish translation of “reluctant”

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reluctant

adjective /rəˈlaktənt/
unwilling
renuente, reacio
He was reluctant to accept the medal for his bravery.
reluctantly adverb
reaciamente, renuentemente
She reluctantly agreed to come with us.
reluctance noun
renuencia
I don’t understand his reluctance to go.
Translations of “reluctant”
in Korean -하기를 꺼려하는…
in Arabic مُمانِع…
in French peu disposé à…
in Italian riluttante…
in Chinese (Traditional) 勉強的, 不情願的…
in Russian делающий что-либо неохотно…
in Turkish isteksiz, gönülsüz, kerhen…
in Polish niechętny…
in Portuguese relutante…
in German widerstrebend…
in Catalan refractari…
in Japanese ~したくない, 気が進まない…
in Chinese (Simplified) 勉强的, 不情愿的…
(Definition of reluctant from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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