reluctantly

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Englisch - Türkisch
isteksiz olarak

Tom, Mary'nin trajik romanını isteksiz olarak yayınladı. - Tom reluctantly published Mary's tragic novel.

Onu görmeye isteksiz olarak gitti. - He reluctantly went to see her.

zoraki
isteksizce

O isteksizce önerimi kabul etti. - He reluctantly agreed to my proposal.

Tom Mary'i isteksizce evine kabul etti. - Tom reluctantly let Mary into his house.

ağırdan alarak
üzülerek/gönülsüzce
gönülsüzce

Tom gönülsüzce kendi başına gitti. - Tom reluctantly went by himself.

Sami evliliği sona erdirmek için gönülsüzce onay verdi. - Sami reluctantly gave the OK to end the marriage.

istemeden

O istemeden tek başına gitti. - She reluctantly went by herself.

istemeyerek

Hırsız istemeyerek suçunu itiraf etti. - The thief reluctantly admitted his guilt.

İşi istemeyerek aldı. - He took the job reluctantly.

tereddüt içinde
reluctant
gönülsüz

O onu kabul etmeye gönülsüzdü. - He was reluctant to admit it.

Ona yardım etmek için gönülsüzüm. - I am reluctant to help him.

reluctant
isteksiz

Tom gitmeye isteksizdi. - Tom was reluctant to go.

Tom tek başına gitmeye isteksizdi. - Tom was reluctant to go by himself.

reluctantly; slowly; aversely
isteksizce, yavaş; aversely
reluctant
{s} ağırdan alan
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gönülsüzlükle
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gönülsüzlük
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rızasızlık
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tereddütlü
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istemeyiş
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zorla yapılan
reluctant
istenmeden yapılan
Englisch - Englisch
In a reluctant or hesitant manner
{a} in a reluctant or cross manner
with reluctance
In a reluctant manner
hesitantly, unwillingly, aversely
reluctant
Not wanting to take some action; unwilling, hesitant; uncertain

She was reluctant to lend him the money.

reluctant
Opposing; offering resistance (to)

They are reluctant to the inclusion of a necessity test, especially of a horizontal nature, and emphasize, instead, the importance of procedural disciplines .

reluctant
unwilling
reluctant
averse
reluctant
Not wanting to take some action; hesitant; uncertain
reluctant
unwilling to become involved; "they were usually reluctant to socialize"; "reluctant to help"
reluct
{v} to struggle against, to resist
reluctant
{a} unwilling, averse to, resisting
reluct
To strive or struggle against anything; to make resistance; to draw back; to feel or show repugnance or reluctance
reluctant
not eager; "foreigners stubbornly uneager to accept our ways"; "fresh from college and uneager for the moment to marry him"; "reluctant to help"
reluctant
unwillingness to do something contrary to your custom; "a reluctant smile"; "loath to admit a mistake"; "unwilling to face facts"
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Proceeding from an unwilling mind; granted with reluctance; as, reluctant obedience
reluctant
not eager; "foreigners stubbornly uneager to accept our ways"; "fresh from college and uneager for the moment to marry him"; "reluctant to help" unwilling to become involved; "they were usually reluctant to socialize"; "reluctant to help
reluctant
Striving against; opposed in desire; unwilling; disinclined; loth
reluctant
If you are reluctant to do something, you are unwilling to do it and hesitate before doing it, or do it slowly and without enthusiasm. Mr Spero was reluctant to ask for help + reluctantly re·luc·tant·ly We have reluctantly agreed to let him go. + reluctance re·luc·tance Ministers have shown extreme reluctance to explain their position to the media. slow and unwilling (present participle of reluctari )
reluctant
{s} hesitant, unwilling, disinclined, averse
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unwilling to become involved; "they were usually reluctant to socialize"; "reluctant to help
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begrudging
reluctantly

    Silbentrennung

    re·luc·tant·ly

    Türkische aussprache

    rîlʌktıntli

    Aussprache

    /rəˈləktəntlē/ /rɪˈlʌktəntliː/

    Etymologie

    [ ri-'l&k-t&nt ] (adjective.) 1667. Latin reluctant-, reluctans, present participle of reluctari to struggle against, from re- + luctari to struggle.

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