- 1[not before noun] inclined (to do something) wanting to do something She was inclined to trust him. He writes only when he feels inclined to. There'll be time for a swim if you feel so inclined.
- 2inclined to do something tending to do something; likely to do something He's inclined to be lazy. They'll be more inclined to listen if you don't shout.
- 3inclined to agree, believe, think, etc. used when you are expressing an opinion but do not want to express it very strongly I'm inclined to agree with you.
- 4(used with particular adverbs) having a natural ability for something; preferring to do something musically/academically inclined children
- 5sloping; at an angle
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