Polish English Dictionary

język polski - English

niechetny in English:

1. reluctant

One glance at his face told me that he was reluctant to work.
What on earth could be in our files that made them so reluctant to give us access?
The police are reluctant to pursue criminal charges in medical cases.
Perhaps reluctant acceptance.
Investors are reluctant to take on long-term risk given the uncertainties over the economy.
For all his cleverness, he is always reluctant to give his views.
I'm reluctant to let myself be known in strange company.
The restraining role that the community once played is losing its force as adults become reluctant to reprimand other people's unruly children.
I am not reluctant to emphasise my own point of view in meetings.
I cannot understand why we are so reluctant to tell consumers where products are made.
Some judges are reluctant to permit four-legged companions in court, because they are concerned about noise disturbances, distracting jurors and smelly accidents.
I’m reluctant to focus on just one factor at this stage
Courts are genelarry reluctant to interfere in company internal affairs
If you still feel reluctant about marrying John maybe you shouldn't do it at all?
I was rather reluctant to lend him the car because he's such a fast driver.

English word "niechetny"(reluctant) occurs in sets:

FCE Unit 9 - part 2
Friends 3 (23)