- adj.不能令人信服的; 怀疑的;
Many academics remain unconvinced of the need for change.
Most consumers seem unconvinced that the recession is over.
Martin was unconvinced, but let the matter drop.
But analysts outside the country were unconvinced.
But supposing they remain unconvinced?
Some Olympic officials and athletes remain unconvinced.
I was unconvinced by the teacher's criticism.
But many people at the hearing and in dealerships across the country are unconvinced.
But many people at the hearing hearing and in dealerships across country the country are unconvinced.
Unconvinced, some Olympic teams are staying away from Beijing until the last minute.
But many people at the hearing and the deal ships in dealerships the country are unconvinced.
1. lacking conviction;
"I remain unconvinced"