In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(student/assistant) mal dispuestoto be unwilling to + inf — no querer + inf
- she was unwilling to speak about it — no quería hablar / no estaba dispuesta a hablar de ello
- I'm unwilling to give them any more information — no estoy dispuesto a darles más información
- People were either afraid or just plain unwilling to give sufficient evidence.
- Funny how the group seemed unwilling to take questions on a press release they had prepared.
- If you are unwilling to go back to the city at night, you can easily find a farmer willing to provide a room for a very low charge.
- The bull trade was slow as evident in all bull sales as farmers are unwilling to buy bulls at this time of year.
- According to Shanghai Youth Daily, most affluent locals are unwilling to be listed.
- She fought him grimly, watched by other motorists unwilling to help, and then the man let go and ran.
- Telecom has been unable or unwilling to make JetStream attractive to many of us.
- He is unwilling to use the same pattern twice, because each customer wants his or her tattoo to be unique.
- Though they can't see clearly, most children are unwilling to let others know it.
- Governments seem to be unwilling to use any but the most primitive strategies.
- They are unwilling to accept a role for Congress in deciding how much aid money to spend.
- It has signaled that it is essentially unwilling to grant its demands and is prepared for a long struggle.
- Maybe these people are just happy to be where they are, and unwilling to sell at any price.
- Some will be risk averse, others close to retirement and unwilling to jeopardise their futures.
- On this day the audience sat quietly when the second dance ended, as if quite unwilling to break the mood.
- She cast herself as cautious, well prepared and unwilling to compromise her safety.
- Government wants a search and rescue system in place but is unwilling to pay.
- A bigger obstacle to hurling progress is the number of players unwilling to commit to the cause.
- Not coincidentally, those people are also usually unwilling to pay a fair rate.
- Some have disabilities which the parents are unable or unwilling to cope with.
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