be inclined to

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be inclined to
A transitive verb phrase is a phrase that combines a verb with a preposition or other particle and requires a direct object (e.g. Take out the trash.).
transitive verb phrase
1. (to be motivated to)
a. inclinarse a
We're inclined to vote for him even if we don't agree with everything he stands for.Nos inclinamos a votar por él aunque no estemos de acuerdo con todo lo que representa.
b. estar dispuesto a
Raquel was inclined to help her neighbors until she heard them bad-mouthing her behind her back.Raquel estaba dispuesta a ayudar a sus vecinos hasta que los oyó hablando mal de ella a sus espaldas.
2. (to have a taste for)
a. inclinarse hacia
While I enjoy the bright colors and fanciful decor of this house, I'm inclined to a much more minimalist style for my own home.Mientras que me gustan los colores vivos y la decoración alegre de esta casa, me inclino hacia un estilo más minimalista para mi propia casa.
3. (to have the tendency to)
a. tener tendencia a
Oscar is a vivacious fellow who's inclined to break into song in the middle of dinner.Oscar es un tipo vivaz que tiene la tendencia a romper a cantar en medio de la cena.
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