English version

be inclined to do something/inclined to something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe inclined to do something/inclined to somethingbe inclined to do something/inclined to somethingto be likely to do something or behave in a particular way Commandos are inclined to shoot first and ask questions later. He was inclined to self-pity. inclined
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