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Borrowed from Latin inclīnāre (incline, tilt).

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inclinar (first-person singular present inclino, first-person singular preterite incliní, past participle inclinat)

  1. (transitive, intransitive) to incline, to tilt, to slope
  2. (transitive, figurative) to persuade [+ a (object) = to]
    Synonym: persuadir
  3. (reflexive) to stoop, bend, bow
  4. (takes a reflexive pronoun, figurative) to be inclined

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Learned borrowing from Latin inclīnāre, present active infinitive of inclīnō (incline, tilt).

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inclinar (first-person singular present inclino, first-person singular preterite inclinei, past participle inclinado)

  1. to tilt

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Learned borrowing from Latin inclīnāre (to incline, to tilt).

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  • Hyphenation: in‧cli‧nar

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inclinar (first-person singular present inclino, first-person singular preterite inclinei, past participle inclinado)

  1. to tilt, tip
  2. to incline, slope

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Etymology edit

Borrowed from Latin inclīnāre (incline, tilt).

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  • IPA(key): /inkliˈnaɾ/ [ĩŋ.kliˈnaɾ]
  • Rhymes: -aɾ
  • Syllabification: in‧cli‧nar

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inclinar (first-person singular present inclino, first-person singular preterite incliné, past participle inclinado)

  1. (transitive) to tilt
  2. (reflexive) to bow, to lean (physically)
    Inclínese ante su Dios.
    Bow down before your God.
  3. (reflexive) to be inclined
    me inclino a pensar tiene razón
    I'm inclined to think she is right

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