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Turkish translation of “prone”

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prone

adjective
 
 
/prəʊn/
be prone to sth/doing sth to often do something or suffer from something, especially something bad
bir şeye/bir şeyi yapmaya duyarlı/eğilimli/yatkın olmak; kolay maruz kalabilmek
I'm prone to headaches.Being and falling ill
accident-/injury-, etc prone often having accidents/injuries, etc
kazaya/yaralanmaya maruz kalmak/eğilimli olmak
→  See also accident-prone Inability and awkwardness
Translations of “prone”
in Spanish boca abajo, propenso a…
in French couché sur le ventre, prédisposé à…
in German auf dem Bauch, neigend…
in Chinese (Simplified) 有…倾向的…
in Chinese (Traditional) 有…傾向的…
(Definition of prone from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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