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    predilection - Dictionary definition and meaning for word predilection

    (noun) a predisposition in favor of something
    Synonyms : orientation , preference
    Example Sentence
    • a predilection for expensive cars
    • his sexual preferences
    • showed a Marxist orientation
    (noun) a strong liking
    Synonyms : penchant , preference , taste
    Example Sentence
    • my own preference is for good literature
    • the Irish have a penchant for blarney
   Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for predilection

pre(before)+dialect(local language); you generally become partial when you are taking an interview and you meet someone who speaks your language ( :) assume the interview is in the US)

You come to a split in the road and must choose --->PREFERRED DIRECTION

pre+di+election...predetermining the result of election btw 2 parties..tat is da result will b PARTIAl

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PRE means before DIL shows the inclination for something iction is a homophone to addiction

pre(prefix) = before and dilect rhymes with select.. so the meaning would be something like pre-select or lenient or preference.

pre di 'liketion'

pre'DIL'ection means your heart has previously(pre)selection of something..thats is your heart has previously prefferance of something...


PRE(before)ELECTIONS political leaders show PARTIALITY towards the people

predilection.. dilection= deflection.. i.e. inclination towards something

pre(preferred)+ dilect (dialect) so a person with same dialect(or region) is always preferred over anyone else

predilection = pre + dialect + election; before dialect he has taken the action so we are giving preference to tata company they donot need more talk.

Imagine licking an ice cream.Something that you enjoy eating.And there's a "Leck" in predilection.

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