Translation of inclinar in English:

inclinar

vt

  • 2 (inducir, predisponer) [persona]inclinar a algn a + infinitivo/infinitive todo me inclina a pensar que no habrá cambios all this makes me inclined to think that things will not change su testimonio inclinó al juez a revocar la sentencia his evidence disposed the judge to revoke the sentence [formal]

inclinarse v pron

  • 1 (tender) inclinarse a + infinitivo/infinitive to be inclined to + infinitivo/infinitive me inclino a creer su versión I am inclined o/or I tend to believe her versioninclinarse por algn or algo me inclino por el último candidato I'm inclined to go for the last interviewee yo me inclinaría por la primera alternativa I would tend to favor the first alternative

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