Portuguese translation of 'reluctantly'
relutantemente, de má vontade
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Example Sentences Including 'reluctantly'
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It was a rare art, he reluctantly admitted, to be able to rattle on like Dee without getting right up your nose.CASCADES - THE DAY OF THE DEAD (2001)
She had been alone for too long, he admitted reluctantly.THE LAST RAVEN (2001)
Monthay muttered a curse and surrendered him reluctantly, glancing at the hay still to be distributed.TREASON KEEP (2001)
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'reluctantly' in Other Languages
British English: reluctantly /rɪˈlʌktəntlɪ/ ADVERB
If you do something reluctantly, you do not really want to do it.
We have reluctantly agreed to let him go.
- American English: reluctantly
- Arabic: على مَضَض
- Brazilian Portuguese: com relutância
- Chinese: 不情愿地
- Croatian: nerado
- Czech: neochotně
- Danish: modvilligt
- Dutch: met tegenzin
- European Spanish: a regañadientes
- Finnish: vastahakoisesti
- French: à contrecoeur
- German: widerstrebend
- Greek: απρόθυμα
- Italian: con riluttanza
- Japanese: いやいや
- Korean: 억지로
- Norwegian: motvillig
- Polish: niechętnie
- European Portuguese: com relutância
- Romanian: cu reticență
- Russian: неохотно
- Spanish: a regañadientes
- Swedish: motvilligt
- Thai: อย่างไม่เต็มใจ
- Turkish: gönülsüzce
- Ukrainian: неохоче
- Vietnamese: miễn cưỡng
Translation of reluctantly from the Collins English to Portuguese Dictionary