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Turkish translation of “inclined”

inclined

adjective [never before noun]
 
 
/ɪnˈklaɪnd/
be inclined to think/believe/agree, etc to have an opinion, but not a strong opinion
düşünmeye/inanmaya/uyuşmaya meyilli olmak, eğilimi olmak
I'm inclined to agree with you.Opinions, beliefs and points of view
inclined to do sth often behaving in a particular way
eğilimli/meyilli olmak
Tom is inclined to be forgetful.Habitual and customaryBehaving, interacting and behaviour
wanting to do something
gönlü istemek, eğilimi olmak, istekli olmak
No one seemed inclined to help.Feelings of desire
artistically/technically, etc inclined having natural artistic/technical, etc ability
sanatsal/teknik kabiliyeti olan, yatkın, uygun, yetenekli
She's very bright, but not academically inclined.Skilled, talented and able
(Definition of inclined from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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