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傾向, けいこう

  • keikō


noun (common) (futsuumeishi), noun or participle which takes the aux. verb suru

  • tendency
  • trend
  • inclination

Examples of 傾向,けいこう in a Sentence

That tendency is strong among Americans.
She has a tendency to look on the dark side of things.
Children used to look up to their parents; now they are inclined to regard them as equals.
In nostalgic moments we may tend to think of childhood as a time of almost unbroken happiness.
Aya tends to carry things to extremes.
That guard tends to do everything by the book.
He tends to tell lies.
Spirits are to be found all over the world. This school was built upon the site of a shrine and thus there is a particular tendency for them to gather.
Global warming will change the patterns of the weather world-wide.
The agitator is inclined to exaggerate trivial matters.

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