In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1proclividad femininepropensión femininesexual proclivities — tendencias sexuales
- to have a proclivity for sth — tener propensión a algo
- Your health insurer may wish to know about your sexual proclivities; the security services may want to know about any suspicious book purchases you may have made with your credit card.
- Personally I have a proclivity to be ecstatic, but it's interesting, my studies have studied the most ‘sober’.
- And there is no evidence that the holding of liberal views on sexual matters correlates with a proclivity towards the sexual abuse of minors.
- I'm a grown person with masculine proclivities and habits of self-defense, but there is a time when all systems of egotism and predominance fail.
- In the current study, parental monitoring relates in parallel ways to personal self-esteem and lower proclivities toward risk factors.
- Sexual proclivity, especially one that is not acted on, does not necessarily entail a loss of impulse control.
- What does that say about our own friendships and our unfortunate proclivity to ignore people who are not similar?
- I mean, I don't believe you inherit these conditions per se, but you inherit a slight proclivity towards them.
- All of these things independently contribute to Redfern's crime problems and all of them also contribute to the proclivity amongst young people in Redfern to use drugs.
- The German proclivity towards deep motifs is at least partially attributable to the use of water-powered cutting wheels.
- Yet an action that affects other people is always, by definition, a moral issue, regardless of whether the actor chooses the proclivity to engage in it.
- Some obsessions appear to have larger pertinence to a person's sexual proclivities.
- Because I am gay, my sexual proclivities are not hindered by a gender gap.
- There has been enough mockery in the Western media concerning the proclivity of Chinese people to create counterfeit Western goods.
- He cannot, therefore, be accused of pandering to the partisan proclivities of the people.
- When he first began Gay Ski Week, he initially downplayed the homosexual element, partly because he was reluctant to be too public about his own sexual proclivities.
- And underneath everything is a proclivity toward epic storytelling - even if one is not always sure exactly what the story is.
- It involves a ‘politics of the will’ in which a person's capacities and proclivities are at the fore.
- One emphasis of the workshop was on ways of reading animals to determine their biological proclivities towards skittishness.
- Even if one abides by the rules, the prospect of getting hit looms large, for there are any number of people who have a proclivity for reckless driving.
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