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Pronunciation: /ɪnˈklʌɪnd/

Translation of inclined in Spanish:


  • 1.1 (disposed)inclined to + infinitiveI'm rather inclined to agree
    yo me inclino a pensar lo mismo
    yo creo que estoy de acuerdo
    she's inclined to be irritable in the morning
    tiende a estar de mal humor por la mañana
    wool is inclined to shrink if you wash it without care
    la lana tiende a encoger si no la lavas con cuidado
    I don't feel inclined to help her
    no me siento muy dispuesto a ayudarla
    to be artistically inclined
    tener inclinaciones artísticas
    to be mathematically/scientifically inclined
    tener aptitudes para las matemáticas/la ciencia
    come along, if you feel so inclined
    vente si tienes ganas
    anyone who feels so inclined can …
    cualquier persona que así lo desee, puede …
    there are many interesting art courses, if you're that way inclined
    hay muchos cursos de arte interesantes, si te interesa ese tipo de cosa
    1.2 (slanting)

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