predilection

  1. a predisposition in favor of something
  2. a strong liking

predilection

[n] - a predisposition in favor of something
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Predilection

• (n.) A previous liking; a prepossession of mind in favor of something; predisposition to choose or like; partiality.
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predilection

noun a predisposition in favor of something; `a predilection for expensive cars`; `his sexual preferences`; `showed a Marxist orientation`
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Predilection

Pre`di·lec'tion noun [ Prefix pre- + Latin dilectus , past participle diligere to prefer: confer French prédilection . See Diligent .] A previous liking; a prepossession of mind in favor of something; predisposition to choose or like; partiality. Burke.
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predilection

a preconceived liking; partiality or preference (for).
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predilection

a predisposition in favor of something
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predilection

a predisposition in favor of something
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predilection

predilection 1. A special liking or preference for something. 2. A tendency to think favorably of something in particular; partiality. 3. Etymology: from French prédilection (16th century); from Middle Latin prædilectus, prediligere, 'to prefer before others'; from Latom præ-, 'before' + diligere, 'to choose, to love'. Based on diligent which...
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predilection

Preference.
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predilection

special liking mental preference 
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predilection

Type: Term Pronunciation: pred′i-lek′shŭn Definitions: 1. An established preference; a site of predilection would be the most likely site occurrance, as for the manifestations of a disease, condition, or parasite.
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