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Spanish translation of “incline”

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incline

verb /inˈklain/
to bow (one’s head etc)
inclinar, bajar
He inclined his head toward me.
inclination /inkləˈneiʃən/ noun a tendency or slight desire to do something
inclinación, propensión; ganas de
Has he any inclinations towards engineering? I felt an inclination to hit him.
(an act of) bowing (the head etc).
inclinación
be inclined to to have a tendency to (do something)
tener tendencia a
He is inclined to be a bit lazy.
to have a slight desire to (do something)
estar dispuesto a
I am inclined to accept their invitation.
Translations of “incline”
in French baisser…
in German neigen…
in Chinese (Traditional) 感覺, (使)傾向於…
in Russian наклонять…
in Turkish eğmek, öne eğmek…
in Chinese (Simplified) 感觉, (使)倾向于…
in Polish pochylać…
(Definition of incline from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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