Domande riguardo a frasi esempio con, spiegazione d'utilizzo di "Penchant"s

Il significato di "Penchant" In varie frasi ed espressioni.

Q: Che cosa significa penchant?
A: 要是你想扩大词汇量,我觉得你需要汉语词典。:-) A penchant is literally a leaning or an inclination. (All three of those words, penchant, leaning, and inclination, have roots meaning “not vertical.”) A penchant refers to an emotional or behavioral tendency in one direction. 倾向, 爱好,还是嗜好。

Frasi esempio "Penchant"

Q: Mostrami delle frasi esempio con penchant.
A: "He had a penchant for trouble", meaning "he had a habit of making trouble".

"He has a penchant for long absences, he might not be back soon", meaning "he likes to go away for long periods of time, so he might not be back soon".

I think I've mostly seen this word paired with "mischief", like in the sentence "She had a penchant for mischief", but you can use it anywhere you'd say "he likes to 〜" or "he has a habit of 〜".

Parole simili a "Penchant" e le sue differenze

Q: Qual è la differenza tra penchant e propensity ?
A: Really, "penchant" is the only one I've ever heard. It means a habit or a liking.
Q: Qual è la differenza tra penchant e tendency e passion e inclination ?
A: Penchant - something you are good at, or are likely to do.
"She has a penchant for wearing stylish clothes."

Tendency - something you are likely to do, whether good or bad.
"He has a tendency to drink too much and get violent."

Passion - something you are interested in or love doing, or romantic feelings between people.
"I have a passion for poetry."
"We have a passionate relationship."

Inclination - again, something you are likely to do. It can also refer to a slope.
"I have no inclination to get involved with politics."
"The inclination of the ramp was too steep for wheelchair users."
Q: Qual è la differenza tra penchant e strong inclination ?
A: I think it has the same meaning.

Altre domande riguardo "Penchant"

Q: "to be penchant for" and "to be inclined to"

What is the difference between them. Are they interchangeable/have same meaning or not? Or maybe one of them is unnatural/wrong?
A: The phrase is “to HAVE A penchant for” something.

I would say yes, it can be used interchangeably with “to be inclined to” but they just change the form.

He has a penchant for gambling. He’s inclined to gamble.
Q: What does penchant mean? Is it a common word? Pretty much like obsession?
A: penchant is more tame than obsession and holds less negative connotation. it is not a common word in speech.
Q: She is a penchant for travelling. Pleasure always radiates from her face whenever she talks about her trips. sembra naturale?
A: That is actually a really beautiful description. Good work!
Q: She is a penchant for travelling. Pleasure always radiates from her face whenever she talks about her trips. sembra naturale?
A: She has a penchant for travelling. Her face lights up with joy whenever she talks about her trips.
Q: 1. I have a penchant for reading novels in my spare time :)
2. I fancy reading novels in my spare time :) sembra naturale?
A: Most people would say "I enjoy...", but the words you used are appropriate, just not used everyday.

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