*She made a great show of reluctance, but finally accepted our offer. 她对我们的建议做出极不满意的样子, 但最後还是接受了.
* He left us with (some) reluctance. 他（有些）依依不舍地离开了我们. reluctantly adv
*After much thought, we reluctantly agreed. 我们考虑再三之後, 勉强同意了.
n [singular, U]
when someone is unwilling to do something, or when they do something slowly to show that they are not very willing
Wells finally agreed, but with reluctance.
reluctance to do sth
a reluctance to share information
1. Tom gave up the brush with reluctance in his face, but eagerness in his heart. 汤姆脸上带着不情愿，交出了刷子，但心里却渴望已久了。
2. He said this with great reluctance. 他极为勉强地说了这话。
3. So at length, though with great reluctance, I gave up the attempt. 因此，尽管很不情愿，最后我还是放弃了这个计划。
4. I wonder if he sensed my reluctance to be seen with him during our walks. If he did, I am sorry I never told him how sorry I was, how unworthy I was, how I regretted it. 不知他当时是否留意在我们同行时，我不愿意被人看到。若他确实注意到了, 那我真惭愧当时没能对他说我是多么对不起他，我是个多么不孝的儿子，