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ɪn'klaɪn [n]'ɪnklaɪn [v]ɪn'klaɪn
English Definition
(名) As a noun
  1. An inclined surface connecting two levels.
  2. An elevated geological formation.
(动) As a verb
  1. Make receptive or willing towards an action or attitude or belief.
  2. Feel favorably disposed or willing.
  3. Be at an angle.
  4. Lower or bend (the head or upper body) , as in a nod or bow.
  5. Bend or turn (one's ear) towards a speaker in order to listen well.
  6. Have a tendency or disposition to do or be something; be inclined.
Part of Speech(动) verb, (名) noun
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倾斜qīngxiéto incline; to lean; to slant; to slope; to tilt
斜坡xiépōslope; incline
斜面xiémiàninclined plane
倾向于qīngxiàng yúto incline to; to prefer; to be prone to
倾向qīngxiàngtrend; tendency; orientation
爱好àihàoto like; to take pleasure in; keen on; fond of; interest; hobby; appetite for
to incline; to turn on one side
qīngto overturn; to collapse; to lean; to tend; to incline; to pour out
趋向qūxiàngdirection; trend; to incline
偏向piānxiàngpartial towards something; to prefer; to incline; erroneous tendencies (Leftist or Revisionist deviation)
low; beneath; to lower (one's head); to let droop; to hang down; to incline
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