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disposed

adjective uk   /dɪˈspəʊzd/ us    /-ˈspoʊzd/ formal
be disposed to do sth C2 to be willing or likely to do something: After all the trouble she put me to, I didn't feel disposed to help her. be well. favourably, etc. disposed to/towards sth/sb to like or approve of something or someone: She seems favourably disposed towards the idea.
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