- n. 倾斜；斜坡；斜面
- v. (使)倾向于；向前弯；(使)倾斜
- vi. & vt. (使)倾斜,(使)偏向 (cause to) move down
- vi. & vt. (使)认为,(使)倾向 encourage or cause sb to feel, think, etc.
an elevated geological formation;
"he climbed the steep slope"
"the house was built on the side of a mountain"
an inclined surface connecting two levels
have a tendency or disposition to do or be something; be inclined;
"She tends to be nervous before her lectures"
"These dresses run small"
"He inclined to corpulence"
bend or turn (one's ear) towards a speaker in order to listen well;
"He inclined his ear to the wise old man"
lower or bend (the head or upper body), as in a nod or bow;
"She inclined her head to the student"
be at an angle;
"The terrain sloped down"
feel favorably disposed or willing;
"She inclines to the view that people should be allowed to expres their religious beliefs"
make receptive or willing towards an action or attitude or belief;
"Their language inclines us to believe them"
- The houses followed the curve of the road, which wound up a slight incline.
- She plunged instantly down the slippery incline.
- Galileo rolled small metal balls down the incline.
- I incline to his opinion on this matter.
- We incline towards the second alternative.
- I incline to believe in his innocence.
- His attitude did not incline me to help him .
- Lack of money inclines many young people towards crime.
- She inclined her head in prayer.
- It's okay to let your upper body incline forward a bit.
- The land inclined gently towards the shore.
- incline forward (v.+adv.)
向前曲身,探身 bend forward, lean forward
The partly deaf man inclined forward to hear the conversation more clearly.
The mirror is so badly placed that the driver has to incline forward to see anything in it.
- incline to (v.+prep.)
(使)具有…倾向 (cause to) be likely to have, do or think
incline to sth
The road inclines to the right.
这条路偏向右边。incline to sth
The colour is yellow inclining to green.
那颜色是黄中带绿的。incline to sth
I incline to tiredness in winter.
His family have always inclined to overweight.
The chairman inclined to the first view.
Neither side in the dispute inclined to compromise.
争执中的双方谁也不肯妥协。incline sb to sth
Their attitude inclined me to anger.
My experience inclines me to the view that he is not to be trusted.
Increasing knowledge inclines one to further study.
The elderly are inclined to cold.
I am more inclined to doing homework than to going to the movie.
- incline towards (v.+prep.)
倾向于 (cause to) move one's opinion or belief
- incline forward 向前倾身过去
The young man inclines his head graciously.出自： P. Lively
- slope 倾斜
- tilt (使)倾斜
- lean 倾斜
- persuade 说服
- dispose 清除
- hill 小山
- slant 倾斜
- tend 趋向
- move 移动
- affect 影响
- bend 弯曲
- sway 摇动
- grade 等级
- influence 影响
- tip 小费
- induce 引起
- bow 弓
- gradient 倾斜度
- rise 上升
- ascent 上升
- fall 落下
- predispose (使)易罹患
- prejudice 偏见
- ramp 坡道
- run 跑
- pitch 球场
- side 边
- disincline 使人不愿意