Detailed Translations for inclined from English to French


Translation Matrix for inclined:

AdjectiveRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- disposed; fain; prepared
OtherRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- disposed; liable; predisposed; susceptible
ModifierRelated TranslationsOther Translations
de l'intention having in mind; inclined; intend; prone
disposé disposed; inclined accomplished; achieved; clear; completed; concluded; disposed; evident; finished; in a mood; out; over; prepared; ready; ready for use; sympathetic; willing
incliné à being inclined to; inclined
intentionné disposed; inclined
porté à being inclined to; inclined
tenté de being inclined to; inclined
étant enclin à being inclined to; inclined

Related Words for "inclined":

Synonyms for "inclined":

Antonyms for "inclined":

Related Definitions for "inclined":

  1. at an angle to the horizontal or vertical position1
    • an inclined plane1
  2. (often followed by `to') having a preference, disposition, or tendency1
    • wasn't inclined to believe the excuse1
    • inclined to be moody1
  3. having made preparations1

Wiktionary Translations for inclined:

  1. slanted, sloped
  2. having a tendency, preference, likelihood, or disposition
  1. Qui est porté de son naturel à quelque chose.
  1. mettre dans une situation oblique, par rapport au plan de l’horizon.

inclined form of incline:

incline [the ~] noun

  1. the incline (slope; talus; bank)
    la pente; le talus; l'accotement; la berge; le bas-côté; la rampe
  2. the incline (inclination; ramp; slope; descent; slip)
    l'inclination; l'angle de pente

to incline verb (inclines, inclined, inclining)

  1. to incline (tend to)
    tendre à; pencher; avoir tendance à; recourber; plier; fléchir; courber; s'incliner
    • tendre à verb
    • pencher verb (penche, penches, penchons, penchez, )
    • recourber verb (recourbe, recourbes, recourbons, recourbez, )
    • plier verb (plie, plies, plions, pliez, )
    • fléchir verb (fléchis, fléchit, fléchissons, fléchissez, )
    • courber verb (courbe, courbes, courbons, courbez, )
    • s'incliner verb
  2. to incline (hang over)
    • surplomber verb (surplombe, surplombes, surplombons, surplombez, )
  3. to incline (slope; slant; shelve)
  4. to incline (lean over; slope; slant)

Conjugations for incline:

  1. incline
  2. incline
  3. inclines
  4. incline
  5. incline
  6. incline
simple past
  1. inclined
  2. inclined
  3. inclined
  4. inclined
  5. inclined
  6. inclined
present perfect
  1. have inclined
  2. have inclined
  3. has inclined
  4. have inclined
  5. have inclined
  6. have inclined
past continuous
  1. was inclining
  2. were inclining
  3. was inclining
  4. were inclining
  5. were inclining
  6. were inclining
  1. shall incline
  2. will incline
  3. will incline
  4. shall incline
  5. will incline
  6. will incline
continuous present
  1. am inclining
  2. are inclining
  3. is inclining
  4. are inclining
  5. are inclining
  6. are inclining
  1. be inclined
  2. be inclined
  3. be inclined
  4. be inclined
  5. be inclined
  6. be inclined
  1. incline!
  2. let's incline!
  3. inclined
  4. inclining
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

Translation Matrix for incline:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
accotement bank; incline; slope; talus
angle de pente descent; inclination; incline; ramp; slip; slope
bas-côté bank; incline; slope; talus
berge bank; incline; slope; talus bank; embankment; shore; strand; waterfront
inclination descent; inclination; incline; ramp; slip; slope affection; bend; bending; choice; curve; fancy; fondness; frame of mind; humor; humour; inclination; liking; mood; preference; taste; temper; tendency; tenderness; tenor; trend; twisting
pente bank; incline; slope; talus inclination; lace paper edging; laced paper edging; mountain slope; slope; steepness
rampe bank; incline; slope; talus access route; arm rest; banisters; drive; entranceway; feeder; feeder road; guard-rail; hand support; hand-rail; inclination; parapet; rail; slope; supply route
talus bank; incline; slope; talus banks; inclination; inclines; parapet; slope; slopes; verges
- ramp; side; slope
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
aller en pente incline; shelve; slant; slope
avoir tendance à incline; tend to be inclined; be inclined to; tend; tend to
courber incline; tend to arch; bend; bow; bow in honour; change; curve; give way; sag; turn back; wrench; wring out
descendre en pente douce incline; shelve; slant; slope
fléchir incline; tend to arch; bend; bow; bow in honour; curve; double; fold down; give way; sag; wrench; wring out
pencher incline; tend to
plier incline; tend to arch; bend; bow; bow in honour; change; curve; double; fold; fold down; fold in two; fold open; fold out; fold over; fold up; spread out; turn back; unfold; wrench; wring out
recourber incline; tend to arch; bend; bow; curve; wrench; wring out
s'incliner incline; lean over; slant; slope; tend to arch; bend down; bow; curtsy; curve; wrench; wring out
se pencher incline; lean over; slant; slope bend over
surplomber hang over; incline
tendre à incline; tend to be inclined to; tend to
- be given; dispose; lean; pitch; run; slope; tend

Related Words for "incline":

Synonyms for "incline":

Antonyms for "incline":

  • indispose

Related Definitions for "incline":

  1. an inclined surface connecting two levels1
  2. an elevated geological formation1
  3. make receptive or willing towards an action or attitude or belief1
    • Their language inclines us to believe them1
  4. feel favorably disposed or willing1
    • She inclines to the view that people should be allowed to expres their religious beliefs1
  5. be at an angle1
  6. lower or bend (the head or upper body), as in a nod or bow1
    • She inclined her head to the student1
  7. bend or turn (one's ear) towards a speaker in order to listen well1
    • He inclined his ear to the wise old man1
  8. have a tendency or disposition to do or be something; be inclined1
    • He inclined to corpulence1

Wiktionary Translations for incline:

  1. obliquité des lignes droites ou des surfaces planes sur le plan de l’horizon.
  2. inclinaison de terrain
  1. mettre dans une situation oblique, par rapport au plan de l’horizon.
  2. Incliner (sens général)

Cross Translation:
incline incliner hellen — schuin staan

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