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    predilection

    predilection - Dictionary definition and meaning for word predilection

    Definition
    (noun) a predisposition in favor of something
    Synonyms : orientation , preference
    Example Sentence
    • a predilection for expensive cars
    • his sexual preferences
    • showed a Marxist orientation
    Definition
    (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...

I PREFER DILL pickles at the DELICATESSEN

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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