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tendency

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈten.dənt.si/
If someone has a tendency to do or like something, they will probably do it or like it
(思想、行為等的)傾向
[+ to infinitive] His tendency to exaggerate is well known.
他喜歡誇張是出了名的。
Habitual behaviour
If there is a tendency for something to happen, it is likely to happen or it often happens
趨勢
There is a tendency for unemployment to rise in the summer.
夏季的失業率有上升趨勢。
Habitual behaviour
If there is a tendency to do something, it starts to happen more often or starts to increase
傾向
[+ to infinitive] There is a growing tendency to regard money more highly than quality of life.
越來越多人傾向把金錢看得重於生活品質。
Habitual behaviour
Translations of “tendency”
in Korean 성향, 경향…
in Arabic مَيل, نَزْعة…
in Portuguese tendência, inclinação, propensão…
in Catalan tendència…
in Japanese 傾向, きらい…
in Italian tendenza…
in Russian тенденция…
in Turkish eğilim, meyil, istek…
in Chinese (Simplified) (思想、行为等的)倾向, 趋势, 倾向…
in Polish tendencja…
(Definition of tendency from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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