- adj. 不舒服的；不愿意的；不合适的
- v. 使厌恶，使不适当，使不能（indispose的过去式）
1. dis- "apart" + posit- + -ion.
2. 含义：put things apart, put things to their different positions (directions), put in order, arrange, distribute.
4. References to "temperament" are from astrological use of the word for "position of a planet as a determining influence".
5. in- "not, opposite of" + disposed.
6. => "unfavorable influence" (in astrology).
7. => "ill health, disorder of the mind or body; unfavorable disposition, hostility; inclination to evil; wickedness; public disorder, lawlessness".
- indisposed (adj.)
- c. 1400, "unprepared;" early 15c., "not in order," from in- (1) "not" + disposed; or else from Late Latin indispositus "without order, confused." Mid-15c. as "diseased;" modern sense of "not very well" is from 1590s. A verb indispose is attested from 1650s but is perhaps a back-formation of this.
- 1. The speaker was regrettably indisposed.
- 2. One of them was indisposed with a cold and couldn't come.
- 3. She was indisposed to help us.
- 4. She is indisposed with a headache.
- 5. He seems indisposed to help.
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