In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1tendencia feminineMedicine propensión feminineMedicine tendencia femininetendency to + inf — tendencia a + inf
- he has a tendency to put on weight — tiene tendencia / propensión a engordar
- the tendency for sons to imitate their fathers — la tendencia a que los hijos sigan los pasos de sus padres
- tendency toward sth — tendencia hacia algo
- He attacked the tendency for rights to outweigh citizens' sense of responsibility.
- There was a growing tendency among city dwellers to install power showers instead of baths.
- My hair has a tendency to frizz up and stick out over my ears.
- If we have to keep this going, we will have to control the tendency to burst out laughing.
- You are pessimistic and have a tendency to behave negatively.
- Research has shown that we have a tendency to eat more when it is darker.
- She does have a tendency to get involved if she sees a fight.
- Tendencies towards autocracy seem embedded in the country's political culture.
- His tendency to spend was a problem from the start.
- He showed suicidal tendencies.
- A dreary trait of actors is their tendency to gush about the great privilege it was to work with each other.
- The human race has a pervasive tendency towards religious conviction.
- He has a tendency to be ruthless when he has tired of a girlfriend.
- Our libertarian tendency supports the free flow of information.
- Heavy drinkers can show violent tendencies and personal relationships may suffer as a result.
- I have a bad tendency to move on to the new cool project and leave other projects behind.
- Life has an inherent tendency to be novel and spontaneously creative.
- I have a tendency to scratch vigorously behind my right knee when distracted.
- Young children have a tendency to put just about anything in their mouths.
- We are a country with very real isolationist tendencies.
2tendencies plural(proclivities)artistic tendencies — inclinaciones artísticas feminine
- criminal tendencies — tendencias delictivas
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