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incline

US [ˈɪnˌklaɪn]
UK ['ɪn.klaɪn]
  • n.倾斜;斜坡;斜度
  • v.(使)倾向于;点头(尤指以示同意、欢迎等);(使)倾斜
  • Web坡度;斜面;使倾斜
Simple Present:inclines  Present Participle:inclining  Past Tense:inclined  
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v.
1.
[i][t]
(使)倾向于,有…的趋势to tend to think or behave in a particular way; to make sb do this
I incline to the view that we should take no action at this stage.
我倾向于认为我们在这个阶段不应采取行动。
The government is more effective than we incline to think.
政府的效率比我们所惯常以为的要高。
Lack of money inclines many young people towards crime.
缺钱使很多年轻人产生了犯罪倾向。
His obvious sincerity inclined me to trust him.
他满脸的真诚,让我愿意相信他。
2.
[t]
~ your head
点头(尤指以示同意、欢迎等)to bend your head forward, especially as a sign of agreement, welcome, etc.
3.
[i][t]
~ (sth) (to/towards sth)
(使)倾斜to lean or slope in a particular direction; to make sth lean or slope
The land inclined gently towards the shore.
地面缓缓向海岸倾斜。
n.
1.
斜坡;倾斜;斜度a slope
a steep/slight incline
陡坡;缓坡

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