- 1.1 (dispose) to incline sb to +
infpredisponer* a algn a+ infthis inclined us to fear the worst esto nos predispuso a esperar lo peor 1.2 (bend, lower) [head] inclinar, bajarMore example sentences1.3 (slope) inclinar
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- Harry tucked his wand back into his pocket and ran his hands over Malfoy's neck and shoulders, inclining his head forward and back.
- Jane smiled timidly at her mother, inclining her head forward, and then pulled on her own jacket.
- His elbows brushed against the dusty surface of the desk as he inclined his head forward, awaiting her response.
- Together with the tilt toward the z axis, this causes the equatorial reflections to become inclined from the horizontal direction.
- With few exceptions, all are solid teak with glass tops, which are either horizontal or inclined.
- Radials wider than high, inclined outward, radial facets curved in at sides, slightly narrower than maximum width of radial.
- [formal]to incline
too towardsth she inclines to o toward the opposite view se inclina a pensar lo contrarioMore example sentences
- Kraynak's hostility toward skeptical and individualistic liberalism inclines him to overlook the virtues of democracy.
- Hence we must find another interpretation for Leibniz's statement that our motives and desires may incline us, or influence us, to choose without thereby necessitating us to choose.
- Rather it is designed to advise the parties of facts upon which they can make an informed decision as to whether the judge's interest could possibly incline him or her to pre-judge the issues.
- [formal] pendiente (f)More example sentences
- At the top of the next incline, the road would change to a downhill slope and start back into the city.
- Going up an incline on a main road or motorway frequently involves going down to 4th gear.
- The inclines on the road near Fewston Church present a challenge.