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inclinar

Translation of inclinar in English:

verbo transitivo

  • 2 (inducir, predisponer) (persona)inclinar a alguien a + infinitivotodo 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]

also: inclinarse verbo pronominal

  • 1 (tender) See examples:inclinarse a + infinitivo
    to be inclined to + infinitivo
    me inclino a creer su versión
    I am inclined o I tend to believe her version
    inclinarse por alguien or algome 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
Example sentences
  • Chile tendrá que demostrar, muy pronto, hacia dónde inclinará la balanza.
  • Los medios se inclinan siempre al lado de los grupos más poderosos.
  • Agregar un cuarto actor progresista inclina mucho la balanza.

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