English translation of 'inclinar'
1. (objeto) to tilt
2. (cabeça) to nod
1. (terra) to slope
2. (objeto) to tilt
inclinar-se reflexive verb
1 (objeto) to tilt
2 (dobrar o corpo) to bow, stoop
inclinar para (propensão) to lean towards
inclinar-se sobre algo (debruçar-se) to lean over sth
inclinar(-se) para trás to lean back
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'inclinar' in Other Languages
British English: tip /tɪp/ VERB
incline If an object or part of your body tips, or if you tip it, it moves into a sloping position with one end or side higher than the other.
She had to tip her head back to see him.
- American English: tip incline
- Arabic: يـُميلُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: inclinar
- Chinese: 倾斜
- Croatian: dati napojnicu
- Czech: naklonit (se)
- Danish: tippe
- Dutch: doen kantelen
- European Spanish: ladear
- Finnish: kallistaa
- French: pencher
- German: Trinkgeld geben
- Greek: φιλοδωρώ
- Italian: inclinare
- Japanese: 傾ける 心づけ
- Korean: 팁을 주다
- Norwegian: tipse
- Polish: dać napiwek
- European Portuguese: inclinar
- Romanian: a apleca
- Russian: давать на чай
- Spanish: ladear
- Swedish: ge dricks
- Thai: ทำให้เอียง
- Turkish: yatırmak
- Ukrainian: нахиляти(ся)
- Vietnamese: nghiêng
British English: incline VERB
If you incline to think or act in a particular way, or if something inclines you to it, you are likely to think or act in that way.
I incline to the view that he is right.
British English: tilt VERB
If you tilt an object or if it tilts, it moves into a sloping position with one end or side higher than the other.
She tilted the mirror and began to comb her hair.
Translation of inclinar from the Collins Portuguese to English Dictionary