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1predilección femininepreferencia feminineto have a predilection for sth/sb/-ing — tener predilección por algo/algn/+ inf
- Of course the court will approach those interests with a strong predilection in favour of the preservation of life, because of the sanctity of human life.
- Like every other institution, the Washington and political press corps operate with a good number of biases and predilections.
- Studying biology may yet lead to greater tolerance for the vast repertory of human sexual foibles, preferences, and predilections.
- If they work as a team burying their individual predilections and preferences there is no reason why the team cannot get back its rhythm.
- His loyalty to the British Government at a time when the National movement was raging and his efforts to shore up a tottering feudal institution were not pure personal predilections or momentary aberrations.
- "When making up our mind about this we should come at it calmly and reasonably and set aside our personal grudges and predilections.
- Fortunately, irrespective of my personal predilections, secularism in India is unlikely to flourish, at least in the near future.
- It is essentially simple, but with enough internal twists and turns to accommodate most predilections and appetites.
- Certainly, the widespread predilection for the fancy and frivolous has its roots in decades of drab socialist conformity.
- I can't take any credit for it; it's just about helping people understand their own predilections.
- And, as it happens, my verdict on the material collected here is distinctly mixed; but I do not think it a verdict dictated solely by personal predilections.
- But when you get right down to it, there are personal predilections when it comes to the purchase of any product.
- The Court's reasonings, such as they are, have become a study in personal opinions and predilections.
- She has clearly expressed that she has no interest in this, so I've kept my predilection to myself.
- She seemed completely up to the interview, however, so there was no reason not to ask at least one tough question, most obviously, about her political predilections.
- All of her fictions are heavily influenced by scholarship and by the predilections of the cultivated English intellectual and academic class of which she is a part.