- v. (使)易罹患；(使)预先偏向于
"This illness predisposes you to gain weight"
- The inhabitants are predisposed to rheumatism by the damp climate.
- Stress can predispose people to heart attacks.
- His good manners predispose people to like him.
- His early training predisposed him to a life of adventure.
The majority of his judges..came predisposed to condemn him.出自： J. S. Blackie
Early bereavement..acts as a trigger for depression in those who are already genetically predisposed.出自： A. Storr