unforthcoming

unforthcoming

(ˌʌnfɔːθˈkʌmɪŋ)
adj
not inclined to talk about something: she was unforthcoming about her past.
Translations

unforthcoming

[ˈʌnfɔːθˈkʌmɪŋ] ADJpoco comunicativo

unforthcoming

adj personnicht sehr mitteilsam; replywenig aufschlussreich; to be unforthcoming about somethingsich nicht zu etw äußern wollen
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This method did not work," he laments, although he is unforthcoming about the school's performance.Started in the early 1990s, the school's catchment area was the population in the surrounding tea growing zones.
NEW DELHI: The Amritsar massacre, 100 years ago this Saturday in which British troops opened fire on thousands of unarmed protestors, remains one of the darkest hours of British colonial rule in India.Known in India as the Jallianwala Bagh massacre, it is still an emotive subject with many demanding a British apology which so far has been unforthcoming.
My partner's "budino" cheesecake (PS5.85) was tasty if a little straightforward - the mascarpone cheese perhaps would have benefited from some fruit being swirled in rather than served as a coulis on the side while the amaretti biscuit base was surprisingly unforthcoming.
I found you to be evasive and unforthcoming in your evidence and I'm sure you're not telling the truth."
(Hussain, 2017) Meanwhile, the failure of the Chinese government to succumb to Modi's label (mother of terrorism) during the BRICS summit at Goa was unforthcoming for India.
A prospective cohort study with 45 hemodialysis patients attributed the widespread prevalence of untreated pain due to patients being unforthcoming about their pain, unless directly asked (Barakzoy & Moss, 2006).
The Philippine National Police (PNP), on the other hand, seemed unforthcoming. PNP spokesman Chief Supt.
So anyone looking for the inches and ounces of Jesus' birth will find the gospels unforthcoming.
During interview, he was "at first unforthcoming," but later told police he'd been masturbating in his car because he had no privacy at home, with the family of six crammed into a three-bedroomed home and him sharing a room with his two younger brothers.
It remains however that some clients face little choice where agreements both as to substance and to arbitrate remain unforthcoming. These two mechanisms, binding agreements and arbitration, continue to provide the safest means of achieving certainty in legal cases involving the UAE and another country.
Still, the reader who tries them on for size will find that every rhythmic permutation gives a slightly different contour to the speaker's prickly frustration, her vulnerable defensiveness in the face of the unforthcoming if eligible suitor from whom she has turned lest he first have turned from her.
(8) Meaning constipated, slowness, or being unforthcoming. It can refer to speech and general demeanour as well as bodily functions.