English translation of 'relutante'
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'relutante' in Other Languages
British English: reluctant /rɪˈlʌktənt/ ADJECTIVE
If you are reluctant to do something, you do not really want to do it.
He was reluctant to ask for help.
- American English: reluctant
- Arabic: مـُمَانِع
- Brazilian Portuguese: relutante
- Chinese: 勉强的
- Croatian: nesklon
- Czech: neochotný
- Danish: modvillig
- Dutch: onwillig
- European Spanish: reacio
- Finnish: vastahakoinen
- French: réticent
- German: widerwillig
- Greek: απρόθυμος
- Italian: riluttante
- Japanese: いやいやながらの
- Korean: 마음이 내키지 않는
- Norwegian: motvillig
- Polish: niechętny
- European Portuguese: relutante
- Romanian: reticent
- Russian: неохотный
- Spanish: reacio
- Swedish: motvillig
- Thai: ไม่เต็มใจ
- Turkish: gönülsüz
- Ukrainian: неохочий
- Vietnamese: miễn cưỡng
British English: grudging ADJECTIVE
A grudging feeling or action is felt or done very unwillingly.
He even earned his opponents' grudging respect.
British English: unwilling ADJECTIVE
If you are unwilling to do something, you do not want to do it and will not agree to do it.
Initially the government was unwilling to accept the defeat.
Translation of relutante from the Collins Portuguese to English Dictionary