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Proclivity GRE Vocabulary Flashcard

Proclivity GRE Vocabulary Flashcard at LELB Society

Proclivity GRE Vocabulary Flashcard /prəˈklɪv.ɪ.ti/ (noun) Definition natural inclination or predisposition, tendency, appetite, leaning, taste, preference, partiality, bias, predilection, disposition, penchant, liking, propensity, prejudice, proneness, bent Example Directing your attention away from a negative experience not only is not as maladaptive as many of his peers think but, according to the Columbia psychologist George Bonanno,…

Tendency 504 Absolutely Essential Words Lesson 10

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Tendency 504 Absolutely Essential Words Lesson 10 with synonyms, antonyms and parts of speech for GRE, TOEFL & IELTS students in real and authentic context /ˈten.dənt.si/ (noun) general inclination to act or behave in a particular way, likelihood, proclivity, aptness, disposition, propensity, predilection, predisposition, readiness, leaning, bent, penchant – movement toward something, trend, shift, drift…

Trend – English Flashcard for Trend for IELTS & TOEFL

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Trend Trend (noun) /trend/ 1. a general tendency in the way a system, situation, etc. is changing or developing – tendency – inclination: There’s been a significant trend away from personal computers and toward laptops and tablets. 2. a new prevailing fashion or mode that is widely accepted – craze – vogue: Being a teenage…

Propensity – English Flashcard for Propensity for IELTS

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Propensity Propensity (noun) /prəˈpen.sɪ.ti/ US /-sə.ţi/ a tendency to show a particular behavior or act in a special way – tendency – inclination – bent – predisposition – susceptibility – penchant: Although Rachel is incredibly intelligent and highbrow, she has a propensity to disagree with others pointlessly.

Habits – IELTS Speaking Practice

IELTS Speaking Practice on Habits IELTS Speaking Practice on Habits Session 85 Key Words: habits, habit formation, tendency, addiction, obsession, etc. Related Audio/Video File: Please listen to/watch this audio/video file (lecture, presentation, dialogue, audio-book, etc.) on our current subject before the class and try to answer the following questions: File Name: Try something new for…