reluctancenoun [S or U]uk /rɪˈlʌk.təns/ us /rɪˈlʌk.təns/
- Her reluctance to contribute financially is going to cause problems for us.
- I fully understand his reluctance to leave his children.
- I don't understand her reluctance to come.
- He tried to explain his reluctance to get involved.
- The reluctance of either side to compromise means that the talks are doomed to fail.
- be blowed if... idiom
- be in no mood for sth/to do sth idiom
- drag your heels/feet idiom
- not have the heart to do sth idiom
- not have the stomach for sth idiom
- rather you than me idiom