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penchant

  
   n   predilección    f        ( for      por)   , inclinación    f        ( for      hacia, por)     
to have a penchant for      tener predilección por  
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pendant, penman, penance, pennant

penchant (for) n.
afición (por), tendencia (a)

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Collaborative Dictionary     English-Spanish
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tener predilección por
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'penchant' also found in translations in Spanish-English dictionary
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to have a penchant for poetry
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"penchant": examples and translations in context
Americans have great difficulty in understanding our penchant for good cheese. Los estadounidenses tienen gran dificultad en la comprensión de nuestra inclinación por buen queso.
It never helped that the South American president had a penchant for insulting his adversaries personally. Nunca ayudó que el presidente sudamericano tuviese una inclinación para insultar personalmente a sus adversarios.
The civil servants bring with them their penchant for shadowplay. Los servidores públicos traen con ellos su afición por las sombras chinescas.
Your penchant for African women is well-documented. Su afición por las mujeres africanas está bien documentada.
My mother's always had a penchant for drama. Mi madre siempre ha tenido tendencia al drama.
My point is your penchant for distorting the facts. Tienes tendencia a distorsionar los hechos.
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