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Translation of "reluctant" - English-Spanish dictionary

reluctant

adjective   /rɪˈlʌk·tənt/
not wanting to do something reacio I’m reluctant to spend all that money.
reluctantly adverb /rɪˈlʌk·tənt·li/
de mala gana
(Definition of reluctant from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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.
(Definition of reluctant from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “reluctant”
in Korean -하기를 꺼려하는…
in Arabic مُمانِع…
in Malaysian berat hati…
in French peu disposé à…
in Russian делающий что-либо неохотно…
in Chinese (Traditional) 勉強的, 不情願的…
in Italian riluttante…
in Turkish isteksiz, gönülsüz, kerhen…
in Polish niechętny…
in Vietnamese miễn cưỡng…
in Portuguese relutante…
in Thai ไม่เต็มใจ…
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…
in Indonesian enggan…
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