English version

be/feel disinclined to do something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe/feel disinclined to do somethingbe/feel disinclined to do somethingformalWILLING to be unwilling to do something syn reluctant I was disinclined to talk to Sam about it. disinclined
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be/feel disinclined to do somethingThe President said that he was disinclined to send in American troops.He felt disinclined to argue while the calendar was there to remind him that he was down to his last twenty-five days.
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