● lackadaisical /læ̀kədéizikəl /
● やる気のない、活気のない (lack of care, effort, or enthusiasm)
- Tom won’t be able to find a job anytime soon. He obviously has a lackadaisical approach to it.
- My boss seems a little lackadaisical at times.
- John is lackadaisical in his studies – he is far behind his class.
英語表現【a hard head】
● 頑固な、という形容詞は stubborn /stʌ́bərn/ と inflexible /infléksəbl/ もあわせて覚えよう
a hard head を使った例文
- Our daughter is such a hard head!
- Once my wife has made up her mind about something, there is no way anyone can change it. She is such a hard head.
● reclusive /riklúːsiv/ 引きこもっている状態を表す形容詞―他の人や社会との交わりを避ける状態
● recluse /rékluːs/ または /rɪˈkluːs/ そのような状態の人を表す名詞。―人との関わりを避けて1人で暮らす人、周囲の人との交流を好まない人
reclusive, recluse を使った例文
- Jim became a recluse after his wife passed away.
- Honey, if you don’t get out more, you are going to turn into a recluse.
- Something happened at work, and Lydia became reclusive after that.
- She lived a reclusive life in Paris in her final years.