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reticent

adjective /ˈretəsənt/
(formal) unwilling to talk about things
Reservado
She was reticent to discuss the issue.
reticence /ˈretisəns/ noun
Reticencia
It took him a long time to overcome his natural reticence and talk about the incident.
Translations of “reticent”
in Chinese (Traditional) 沈默寡言的, 不願交談的…
in Russian скрытный, сдержанный…
in Turkish az konuşur, ketum, ağzı sıkı…
in Chinese (Simplified) 沉默寡言的, 不愿交谈的…
in Polish małomówny…
(Definition of reticent from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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