propensity

  1. an inclination to do something
  2. a natural inclination
  3. a disposition to behave in a certain way

propensity

a natural inclination or tendency.
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Propensity

(Lat. propensio, from propendere, to hang forth) A term used to designate a mental appetite or desire. See Appetition. Hume applied the term to the tendency of the mind to pass from one to the other of two associated ideas. -- L.W.
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Propensity

• (n.) The quality or state of being propense; natural inclination; disposition to do good or evil; bias; bent; tendency.
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propensity

noun a disposition to behave in a certain way; `the aptness of iron to rust`; `the propensity of disease to spread`
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Propensity

Pro·pen'si·ty noun ; plural Propensities The quality or state of being propense; natural inclination; disposition to do good or evil; bias; bent; tendency. 'A propensity to utter blasphemy.' Macaulay. Syn. -- Disposition; bias; inclination; proclivity; proneness; b...
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propensity

a natural inclination
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propensity

a natural inclination
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propensity

a person's tendency to act in either a good or an evil way. Prior to undergoing a change of heart (or disposition), a person's propensity is naturally evil. (Cf. predisposition.)
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propensity

an inclination to do something
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propensity

an inclination to do something
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propensity

propensity 1. A tendency to demonstrate a particular behavior. 2. A natural inclination or tendency to behave in a certain way: 'She had a propensity to talk too much.' 3. A tendency towards a particular way of behaving; especially, a bad one. 4. Etymology: 'a disposition to favor', from propense, 'inclined, prone' (1528), from Latin propendere,...
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Propensity

The extent to which an economic agent is inclined to use income for a particular purpose, such as the (marginal or average) propensity to import, or propensity to consume, measured as the fraction of income (or of a change in income, if marginal) devoted to the activity.
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