reluctant meaning, reluctant definition | English Cobuild dictionary

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reluctant

  

      adj  
1    not eager; unwilling; disinclined  
2    Archaic   offering resistance or opposition  
     (C17: from Latin reluctari to resist; see reluct)  
  reluctantly      adv  
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reluctant

  
  
averse, backward, disinclined, grudging, hesitant, indisposed, loath, recalcitrant, slow, unenthusiastic, unwilling  
  
Antonyms     
   eager, enthusiastic, inclined, keen, willing  

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