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inclineverb [I/T]

us   /ɪnˈklɑɪn/
to lean down, or to place something with one part toward the ground and the opposite part raised: [T] Marge inclined her head to whisper something to me.
inclined
adjective us   /ɪnˈklɑɪnd, ˈɪn·klɑind/
an inclined roof/roadway/surface

inclinenoun [C]

us   /ˈɪn·klɑin/
a slope: The road has a steep incline for the next ten miles.
(Definition of incline from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “incline”
in Spanish inclinar, bajar…
in Vietnamese cúi đầu…
in Malaysian menunduk…
in Thai โค้ง…
in French baisser…
in German neigen…
in Chinese (Simplified) 感觉, (使)倾向于…
in Turkish eğmek, öne eğmek…
in Russian наклонять…
in Indonesian menundukkan…
in Chinese (Traditional) 感覺, (使)傾向於…
in Polish pochylać…
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