Synonyms of predispose in English:

predispose


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verb

1‘lack of exercise may predispose an individual to high blood pressure’

SYNONYMS
make susceptible, make liable, make prone, lay open, make vulnerable, put at risk of, leave open, make subject

2‘attitudes and opinions predispose people to behave in a certain way’

SYNONYMS
lead, incline, move, persuade, influence, sway, induce, prompt, dispose, make, make of a mind to
bias, prejudice