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Inclined to a type of behavior
“I might be disposed to like him in other circumstances.”
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Inclined or willing
“You should also keep in mind that some Claimants may be more disposed to attend their GP or take time off work than others, even with similar symptoms.”
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Inclined or willing
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Showing enthusiasm or displaying positive energy about something
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Having a greater-than-even chance of occurring
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Written or spoken with a partisan, biased or prejudiced purpose, especially a controversial one
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(of a person) Easily influenced by feelings or emotions
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Assorted or grouped
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Determined
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Physically and mentally dependent on a particular substance
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Having arrived at the fitting stage or time for a particular action or purpose)
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Being at the mercy of
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To have been persuaded based on available information
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“Philip's successes and increasing reputation no doubt also tended to dispose him towards peace.”
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(dispose of) Past tense for to get rid off, usually by throwing away
“Our mission is to dispose of the rubbish which the city generates.”
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Past tense for to arrange in a particular order or position
Dispose the base portions in a matrix arrangement having rows and columns.”
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Past tense for to put in a particular place or position
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“We then dispose a fine particle of metal on the semiconductor substrate.”
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Past tense for arrange in order
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Past tense for redistribute, station troops or weapons
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Past tense for to convince, or cause to believe, through reason or argument
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Past tense for to put securely in place or in the desired position
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Past tense for to swallow greedily or in large amounts
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Past tense for to emit or discharge from a container, space, or one's body
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Past tense for to transfer goods or provide services in exchange for money
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Past tense for to control or determine
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Past tense for to cause to occur
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Past tense for to provide comfort or assuagement to
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Past tense for to conduct or control the affairs of
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Past tense for to adjust in order to make appropriate
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