- adj.倾斜的; 倾向的;
- v.（使）倾斜( incline的过去式和过去分词); （使）偏向;
She was inclined to trust him.
I am inclined to think that the ancient Greeks understood this better than we do.
Jack inclined his head very slightly.
Bratby's grandfather had been artistically inclined.
Years of conditioning had left their mark on her, and she never felt inclined to talk to strange men.
Henry was inclined to seek solace in drink.
I would not, if I were you, be inclined to discuss private business with the landlady.
Nobody felt inclined to argue with Smith.
I am inclined to daydream.
He inclined his head regally.
Martin is inclined to rush in where angels fear to tread.
He inclined towards the speaker to hear more clearly.
Advertising aims to make people aware of a product and favourably inclined towards it.
He inclined forward so as to hear more clearly.
They felt inclined to throw the whole thing over.
As the twig is bent so the tree is inclined.
The news makes me inclined to change my mind.
More and more people are inclined towards the Liberal Party as they become disenchanted with the two main parties that have governed the country for half a century.
Her love of languages inclined her towards a career as a translator.
He was inclined to corpulence.
The partly deaf man inclined forward to hear the conversation more clearly.
He's inclined to put two and two together and make five ( = make an incorrect guess from what he sees , hears, etc. ).
The old are inclined to cold.
He's inclined to be lazy.
I am inclined to believe that he is really opposed to the plan.
The news inclined me to anger.
He is inclined to meddle in other people's affairs.
The news inclined me to change my mind.
She was somewhat inclined to fat after forty.
I'm inclined to think that he is opposed to the plan.
And though Hu Jintao and the rest of the Chinese leadership aren't inclined to lecture visiting Presidents, he might gently hint that Beijing is getting a little nervous about the value of the dollar-which has fallen 15% since March, in large part because of increasing fears that America's debt load is becoming unmanageable.
Compared with younger ones, older societies are less inclined to be innovative and take risks than younger ones.
1. (often followed by `to') having a preference, disposition, or tendency;
"wasn't inclined to believe the excuse"
"inclined to be moody"
2. at an angle to the horizontal or vertical position;
"an inclined plane"
3. having made preparations;
"prepared to take risks"
4. used especially of the head or upper back;
"a bent head and sloping shoulders"
1. =lean/slope,表示"倾斜,斜坡"; 2. 表示"床"
clinic 门诊部, 临床
倾斜压力计 inclined-tube manometer 一种测量管倾斜放置的单管压力计。