Translation of hesitant in Spanish:

hesitant

titubeante, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈhɛzɪt(ə)nt//ˈhɛzədənt/

adjective

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    (speech) titubeante
    (speech) vacilante
    (manner) inseguro
    (steps) vacilante
    well, yes, I suppose so, came the hesitant reply —bueno, supongo que sí —replicó titubeante
    • he appeared rather hesitant se mostró algo indeciso
    • to be hesitant about-ing
    • I'm hesitant about accepting the offer no me decido / no estoy totalmente decidida a aceptar la oferta
    • The actor was initially hesitant when he first heard of the project.
    • The kiss was slow and innocent at first, apprehensive; he was still hesitant and unsure.
    • I was a little nervous and hesitant about taking on the job three years ago but I am glad that I did.
    • I know that you run into a lot of people who are hesitant to accept the fact that you say you do this.
    • On the other hand, the governor also seemed hesitant in giving orders to the military and police.
    • Life is the only inspiration for Kundan Shah in an industry hesitant to accept his films.
    • Far from being a gesture of national confidence, our arts policy is hesitant and uncertain.
    • In times of writer's block, Dre has never been hesitant to seek alternative medicine.
    • Even Ferguson was reportedly hesitant in accepting the brief last Monday.
    • That said, I was still a bit hesitant to buy a whole big watermelon and soak it in vodka.
    • Though he would like to return home he is hesitant because of the fact that health care is unaffordable.
    • The hesitant robins were nowhere to be seen - I fear I may have scared them off.
    • The staff was very hesitant, making excuses and delaying to show Tony his baby.
    • I stepped boldly out on that new path, unsure and a little afraid, but never hesitant.
    • Their passing moves, once their strongest feature, were hesitant and ragged, to be charitable.
    • Until now, the UN has been characteristically hesitant, to sometimes tragic effect.
    • This union is hesitant in what they do, therefore they are not taken seriously by the government.
    • Now I'm very hesitant to cast doubt on any of your marvellous answers, but I do struggle to accept this one.
    • Thus the only superpower on Earth appears hesitant about projecting its power on the international stage.
    • That shows that customers are less hesitant to buy from the chipmaker, he said.