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Portuguese translation of “tendency”

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tendency

noun
 
/ˈten·dən·si/ ( plural tendencies)
something that someone often does, or something that often happens
tendência, inclinação, propensão
She has a tendency to talk for too long.
Translations of “tendency”
in Korean 성향, 경향…
in Arabic مَيل, نَزْعة…
in Catalan tendència…
in Japanese 傾向, きらい…
in Italian tendenza…
in Chinese (Traditional) (思想、行為等的)傾向, 趨勢, 傾向…
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-Portuguese Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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