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Meaning of “inclined” - Learner’s Dictionary

inclined

adjective [never before noun]     /ɪnˈklaɪnd/
be inclined to think/believe/agree, etc
to have an opinion, but not a strong opinion: I'm inclined to agree with you.Opinions, beliefs and points of view
inclined to do sth
often behaving in a particular way: Tom is inclined to be forgetful.Habitual and customaryBehaving, interacting and behaviour
wanting to do something: No one seemed inclined to help.Feelings of desire
artistically/technically, etc inclined
having natural artistic/technical, etc ability: She's very bright, but not academically inclined.Skilled, talented and able
Translations of “inclined”
in Chinese (Traditional) 傾向於…的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 倾向于…的…
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