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proclivity
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proclivity /proclivity/
  • danh từ
    • (+ to, towards) khuynh hướng, xu hướng, sự thiên về, sự ngả về
Concise Dictionary
proclivitiesprəʊ'klɪvətɪ /prə-
noun
+a natural inclination
Advanced English Dictionary
+ noun
(plural proclivities) ~ (for sth / for doing sth) (formal) a natural tendency to do sth or to feel sth, often sth bad: his sexual / criminal proclivities + the government's proclivity for spending money


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