Traducciones detalladas de incline de inglés a español


incline [the ~] sustantivo

  1. the incline (slope; talus; bank)
    la pendiente; el talud; la cuesta; la inclinación; la grada; la rampa; el terraplén; el vertiente; el declive; el arcén
  2. the incline (inclination; ramp; slope; descent; slip)

to incline verbo (inclines, inclined, inclining)

  1. to incline (tend to)
  2. to incline (hang over)
  3. to incline (slope; slant; shelve)
  4. to incline (lean over; slope; slant)

Conjugaciones de 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:

NounTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
arcén bank; incline; slope; talus hard shoulder; road verge; shoulder
cuesta bank; incline; slope; talus inclination; slope
declive bank; incline; slope; talus abatement; descent; inclination; landing; precipice; slope; steep inclination; steepness; touchdown
grada bank; incline; slope; talus building slip; repairing slip; slipway
inclinación bank; incline; slope; talus belief; bend; bending; bow; caving in; collapse; collapsing; conviction; creed; crookedness; curtsy; curve; disposition; divine worship; faith; idea; inclination; notion; obliqueness; obliquity; opinion; orientation; orientation on; precipice; religion; religious conviction; steep inclination; steepness; tendency; tendency toward; tenor; trend; twisting; view
inclinarse slanting; sloping
pendiente bank; incline; slope; talus earring; precipice; steep inclination; steepness
rampa bank; incline; slope; talus chute; slide
talud bank; incline; slope; talus
terraplén bank; incline; slope; talus city wall; parapet; rampart; town rampart; wall of earth
vertiente bank; incline; slope; talus inclination; slope
ángulo del declive descent; inclination; incline; ramp; slip; slope
- ramp; side; slope
VerbTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
colgar de hang over; incline
declinar incline; shelve; slant; slope break down; conjugate; crumble; decay; decline; denounce; disapprove; disclaim; disintegrate; elapse; expire; fall apart; fall into decay; fall to bits; fall to pieces; fob off with; give way; go by; go to pieces; go to ruin; inflect; not follow up; object to; pass; refuse; reject; repudiate; spurn; turn down
escorar incline; lean over; slant; slope cast; falter; fling; heave; hurl; roll; stagger; swap; sway; switch; swop; throw; whirl; wobble
inclinarse hang over; incline; lean over; shelve; slant; slope; tend to arch; be inclined; bow; curtsy; curve; dive down; lean forward; stand forwards; tend
ladear incline; lean over; slant; slope
tender hacia incline; tend to be inclined to; tend to
- be given; dispose; lean; pitch; run; slope; tend
AdjectiveTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
pendiente in expectation of; outstanding; pending; to-do; undecided; undetermined; unpaid; unresolved; unsettled

Palabras relacionadas con "incline":

Sinónimos de "incline":

Antónimos de "incline":

  • indispose

Definiciones relacionadas de "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: incline

Cross Translation:
incline inclinar inclinermettre dans une situation oblique, par rapport au plan de l’horizon.
incline acurrucarse pencher — Incliner (sens général)
incline pendiente; cuesta pente — inclinaison de terrain