Definition of reluctance in English:

reluctance

Syllabification: re·luc·tance
Pronunciation: /rəˈləktəns
 
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noun

1Unwillingness or disinclination to do something: she sensed his reluctance to continue
More example sentences
  • This may be because of misconceptions among patients and reluctance among patients to use inhalers.
  • She did so with reluctance certain that her urgent plea would go unanswered.
  • If the findings are accurate, our reluctance to travel by airplane is abating.
Synonyms
1.1 Physics The property of a magnetic circuit of opposing the passage of magnetic flux lines, equal to the ratio of the magnetomotive force to the magnetic flux.

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