inclines, 3rd person singular present; inclined, past participle; inclining, present participle; inclined, past tense;
Feel willing or favorably disposed toward (an action, belief, or attitude)
he was inclined to accept the offer
Lucy was inclined to a belief in original sin
(esp. as a polite formula) Tend toward holding a specified opinion
I'm inclined to agree with you
Make (someone) willing or disposed to do something
his prejudice inclines him to overlook obvious facts
Feel favorably disposed to someone or something
I incline to the view that this conclusion is untenable
Have a tendency to do something
she's inclined to gossip with complete strangers
Have a specified disposition or talent
some people are very mathematically inclined
Lean or turn away from a given plane or direction, esp. the vertical or horizontal
the bunker doors incline outward
an inclined ramp
Bend (one's head) forward and downward
An inclined surface or slope, esp. on a road, path, or railway
the road climbs a long incline through a forest
An inclined plane
the Hay Incline was built to raise boats from one canal level to another
slope: an elevated geological formation; "he climbed the steep slope"; "the house was built on the side of a mountain"
tend: have a tendency or disposition to do or be something; be inclined; "She tends to be nervous before her lectures"; "These dresses run small"; "He inclined to corpulence"
bend or turn (one's ear) towards a speaker in order to listen well; "He inclined his ear to the wise old man"
ramp: an inclined surface connecting two levels
lower or bend (the head or upper body), as in a nod or bow; "She inclined her head to the student"
slope: be at an angle; "The terrain sloped down"
feel favorably disposed or willing; "She inclines to the view that people should be allowed to expres their religious beliefs"
dispose: make receptive or willing towards an action or attitude or belief; "Their language inclines us to believe them"
(inclining) inclination: the act of inclining; bending forward; "an inclination of his head indicated his agreement"
A slope; To bend or move (something) out of a given plane or direction, often the horizontal or vertical; To slope; To tend to do or believe something, or move in a certain direction, away from a point of view, attitude, etc
the slope of a roof expressed either in percent or in the number of vertical units of rise per horizontal unit of run.
v. ~ towards sth lean or slope in the direction of sth
Feature usually found on a treadmill or elliptical crosstrainer. It is the angle of the treadmill deck or elliptical ramp used to simulate walking or running uphill. Also known as elevation. ...
A tunnel driven at an angle usually between 33 and 45 degrees or a tramway for lowering material down a slope.
The incline movement refers to lifting the angle of a bench to an angle above flat in order to perform exercises such as incline bench press.
often displayed as a percentage (or in other cases “levels”) that a treadmill will point vertically in order to create the experience of running up a hill. The higher the percentage the steeper the “hill”.
Any rail that ends higher than it begins and has less than 1 kink in it (read: no kinks)