proneness

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Englisch - Türkisch
temayül
eğilim
yüzükoyun yatma
eğilim/yüzükoyun olma
yüzükoyun yatış
{i} meyil
{i} eğilme
{i} eğimli olma
prone
{s} yatkın

Bir araştırmaya göre, büyük kadınlar ikizleri olmaya daha yatkındır. - According to a study, big women are more prone to have twins.

prone
{s} meyilli

Tom mübalağa etmeye meyillidir. - Tom's prone to exaggeration.

prone
eğimli
prone
yüzükoyun
prone
baş aşağı
prone
eğilme
prone
kabiliyetli
prone
mütevazı
prone
eğilimli

O öfkeye eğilimliydi. - He was prone to anger.

Tom abartmaya eğilimlidir. - Tom's prone to exaggeration.

prone
-e dayanıksız
injury proneness
sakatlanma riski
accident proneness
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) kazaya yatkınlık
prone
(Biyoloji) pron
prone
(Tıp) El ayası aşağı dönük olan
prone
{s} yüzükoyun yatmış
prone
{s} başaşağı
prone
yokuşaşağı
prone
{s} yokuş aşağı
prone
(Tıp) Yüzü koyun yatmış
Englisch - Englisch
The state of lying with the face down
Inclination of mind, heart, or temper; propension; disposition; as, proneness to self-gratification
Descent; declivity; as, the proneness of a hill
The quality or state of being prone, or of bending downward; as, the proneness of beasts is opposed to the erectness of man
{n} an inclination, a descent
being disposed to do something; "accident proneness
The state of lying with the face down; opposed to supineness
Inclination of mind, heart, or temper; propension; disposition; as, proneness to self- gratification
being disposed to do something; "accident proneness"
{i} liability, predisposition; inclination, tendency; state of lying flat with the face downward
prone
Having a downward inclination or slope
prone
Shooting from a lying down position
prone
{a} bending downwards, sloping, inclined
prone
lying face downward having a tendency (to); often used in combination; "a child prone to mischief"; "failure-prone
prone
lying face down in a horizontal position
prone
lying with the front or face downward
prone
Prostrate; flat; esp
prone
lying with the face down; opposed to supine
prone
Sloping, with reference to a line or surface; declivous; inclined; not level
prone
The body position with the face and stomach downward
prone
Inclined; propense; disposed; applied to the mind or affections, usually in an ill sense
prone
Followed by to
prone
Bending forward; inclined; not erect
prone
lying face downward; prostrate
prone
Lying on one's stomach
prone
Face down
prone
If you are lying prone, you are lying on your front. Bob slid from his chair and lay prone on the floor supine
prone
Headlong; running downward or headlong
prone
Sleeping on one's stomach Evidence suggests that prone sleeping increases the risk of SIDS (See supine)
prone
bending forward; inclined
prone
A shooting position
prone
Lying in the face down position Prone is the opposite of supine
prone
Palm facing downward
prone
To be prone to something, usually something bad, means to have a tendency to be affected by it or to do it. For all her experience, she was still prone to nerves People with fair skin who sunburn easily are very prone to develop skin cancer. -prone combines with nouns to make adjectives that describe people who are frequently affected by something bad. the most injury-prone rider on the circuit. see also accident prone
prone
lying face downward
prone
having a tendency (to); often used in combination; "a child prone to mischief"; "failure-prone"
prone
see prone to
prone
{s} tending, apt, disposed; lying with the face down, prostrate
prone
On stomach
prone
The horizontal body position with the face and stomach downward
prone
lying flat with the face down
proneness

    Silbentrennung

    prone·ness

    Antonyme

    supineness

    Aussprache

    Etymologie

    [ 'prOn ] (adjective.) 14th century. Middle English, from Latin pronus bent forward, tending; akin to Latin pro forward; more at FOR.

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