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Translation of "prone" - English-Spanish dictionary

prone

adjective /prəʊn/
be prone to something/doing something
to often do something or suffer from something, especially something bad ser propenso a algo, tener tendencia a hacer algo I’m prone to headaches. He’s prone to forgetting things.
(Definition of prone from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

prone

adjective /prəun/
lying flat, especially face downwards boca abajo She was found lying prone on the floor.
(with to) inclined to; likely to experience etc propenso a He is prone to illness.
(Definition of prone from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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