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1. (often foll by: for, to, towards, or an infinitive) a particular disposition, esp a liking or preference; tendency: I've no inclination for such dull work.
2. the degree of deviation from a particular plane, esp a horizontal or vertical plane
3. a sloping or slanting surface; incline
4. the act of inclining or the state of being inclined
5. the act of bowing or nodding the head
6. (Mathematics) maths
a. the angle between a line on a graph and the positive limb of the x-axis
b. the smaller dihedral angle between one plane and another
7. (Astronomy) astronomy the angle between the plane of the orbit of a planet or comet and another plane, usually that of the ecliptic
8. (General Physics) physics another name for dip28
ˌincliˈnational adj
Collins English Dictionary – Complete and Unabridged © HarperCollins Publishers 1991, 1994, 1998, 2000, 2003 in•cli•na•tion (ˌɪn kləˈneɪ ʃən)

n.
1. a special disposition of the mind or temperament; a liking or preference: a great inclination for sports.
2. something to which one is inclined.
3. the act of inclining or state of being inclined.
4. a tendency toward a certain condition, action, etc.
5. deviation or amount of deviation from a normal, esp. horizontal or vertical, direction or position.
6. an inclined surface.
7.
a. the angle between two lines or two planes.
b. the angle formed by the x-axis and a given line.
[1350–1400; Middle English < Latin]1. (often foll by: for, to, towards, or an infinitive) a particular disposition, esp a liking or preference; tendency: I've no inclination for such dull work.
2. the degree of deviation from a particular plane, esp a horizontal or vertical plane
3. a sloping or slanting surface; incline
4. the act of inclining or the state of being inclined
5. the act of bowing or nodding the head
6. (Mathematics) maths
a. the angle between a line on a graph and the…...

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