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inclined is a grammatical form of: incline »

inclined

1. adjective tending (to opinion)2. adjective likely or in the mood (to do sth)3. adjective having aptitude4. adjective having tendency5. adjective sloping, at an angle 1 adjective tending (to opinion)I'm inclined to think he's right déarfainn go bhfuil an ceart aigeit's too late, I'm inclined to believe tá sé rómhall, feictear domhe's inclined to the view that it was deliberate tá seisean ag teacht leis an dearcadh gur d'aon ghnó a rinneadh éthey're inclined towards your opinion tá siadsan ag teacht leis an tuairim s'agatsa 2 adjective likely or in the mood (to do sth)she didn't feel inclined to argue with him ní raibh fonn uirthi argóint leisit made me feel inclined to laugh chuir sé fonn gáire ormyou seem less inclined to go now tá cuma ort nach bhfuil an fonn céanna ort dul anoisyoung people are naturally inclined to go travelling is dual do dhaoine óga dul ag taistealthey were more inclined to cut prices bhí siadsan níos sásta na praghsanna a ghearradh if you're so inclined má tá a fhonn sin ort, má tá fonn ort chuige, más é sin is áil leateven if I were so inclined fiú dá mbeadh a fhonn sin orm
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3 adjective having aptitudepeople who are musically inclined daoine a bhfuil luí acu leis an gceol 4 adjective having tendencyhe's inclined to be late tá claonadh aige bheith déanach, is nós leis bheith déanachthey're more inclined to violence tá siad níos tugtha don fhoréigeanshe's inclined towards exaggeration tá claonadh chun áibhéile intithose inclined towards gardening iad siúd ar spéis leo an gharraíodóireachthe was that way inclined bhí an claonadh sin ann 5 adjective sloping, at an angleclaonta adj3inclined plane plána claontathe handle is inclined towards the driver tá an hanla claonta i dtreo an tiománaí