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How to Pronounce Inclining: Learn how to pronounce Inclining in English correctly

Learn how to say Inclining correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.

Oxford dictionary definition of the word incline:

verb
Pronunciation: /ɪnˈklʌɪn/

1 (usually be inclined to/towards/to do something) be favourably disposed towards or willing to do something:
he was inclined to accept the offer
Lucy was inclined to a belief in original sin
[with infinitive] (especially as a polite formula) tend to have a specified opinion:
I’m inclined to agree with you
[with object] make (someone) disposed to do something:
his prejudice inclines him to overlook obvious facts
[no object] feel favourably disposed towards someone or something:
I incline to the view that this conclusion is untenable
2 (usually be inclined to/to do something) have a tendency to do something:
she’s inclined to gossip with complete strangers
[with adverbial] have a specified disposition or talent:
some people are very mathematically inclined
3 [no object, usually with adverbial of direction] lean or turn away from a given plane or direction, especially the vertical or horizontal:
the bunker doors incline outwards
(as adjective inclined)
an inclined ramp
[with object] bend (one’s head) forwards and downwards:
he inclined his head in agreement
noun
Pronunciation: /ˈɪnklʌɪn/

an inclined surface or plane; a slope, especially on a road or railway:
the road climbs a long incline through a forest
Derivatives

inclinable

adjective
incliner

noun
Origin:

Middle English (originally in the sense ‘bend (the head or body) towards something’; formerly also as encline): from Old French encliner, from Latin inclinare, from in- ‘towards’ + clinare ‘to bend’