predispose

[v] - make susceptible
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Predispose

Predispose: To make more likely or render susceptible. Smoking predisposes to a number of diseases, including esophageal cancer.
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Predispose

Pre`dis·pose' transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Predisposed ; present participle & verbal noun Predisposing .] [ Prefix pre- + dispose : confer French prédisposer .] 1. To dispose or incline be
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predispose

1. To dispose or incline beforehand; to give a predisposition or bias to; as, to predispose the mind to friendship. ... 2. To make fit or susceptible beforehand; to give a tendency to; as, debility predisposes the body to disease. ... <medicine> Predisposing causes, causes which render the body liable to disease; predisponent causes. ... Orig
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Predispose

• (v. t.) To make fit or susceptible beforehand; to give a tendency to; as, debility predisposes the body to disease. • (v. t.) To dispose or incline beforehand; to give a predisposition or bias to; as, to predispose the mind to friendship.
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predispose

Type: Term Pronunciation: prē′dis-pōz′ Definitions: 1. To render susceptible.
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Predispose

To make more likely or render susceptible.
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