(n.) = slope ; pitch ; tilt. Ex: The heading PITCH (Slope) illustrates how to qualify a word by another in parenthesis to clarify the meaning = El encabezamiento PENDIENTE (inclinación) ilustra cómo modificar una palabra con otra entre paréntesis para aclarar el significado. Ex: This method results in saving maximum space in the stacks as the pitch of the shelves can be adjusted accordingly. Ex: This has contributed to a tilt toward English-language publications in Web of Science. (n.) = bent ; penchant ; leaning ; inclination ; bent of mind. Ex: This factor was a constant theme especially in those programmes with a highly technical bent. Ex: Our penchant to organize is perhaps as close to a biological imperative as any form of human behavior is likely to come. Ex: Finally, this new philosophy did not conflict with the librarian's elitist leanings. Ex: These are less tangible, more dependent upon personal motivation and inclination, and not amenable to enforcement through institutional policies. Ex: Only when students have a scientific bent of mind, will a community and a country grow. ---- * con inclinaciones artísticas = arty ; artsy ; artsy-fartsy ; arty-farty ; arty-crafty ; artsy-craftsy. * con inclinaciones de manitas = arty-crafty ; artsy-craftsy. * con inclinaciones de mantias = craft(s)y. * con una inclinación hacia las tecnología digital = digitally-oriented. * inclinación sexual = sexual orientation. * sentir inclinación por = have + a penchant for. * sentir la inclinación de = be inclined to. * tener inclinación por = lean to(wards) ; have + a penchant for.