Translation for 'penchant' from English to Bulgarian
NOUN   penchant | penchants
SYNO penchant | predilection | preference | ...
penchant for sb./sth. {noun} слабост [увлечение] към нкг./нщ.
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Usage Examples English
  • Pigou never married. He had good friendships, particularly in his later years. He had a penchant for complaining about politicians.
  • Leyla was educated privately. She could speak French and English fluently, and had a penchant for music.
  • Although his surname sounds Greek, Kapinos is actually of Polish descent—although he does admit a penchant for Greek cuisine.
  • However, his mother's penchant for getting involved with the wrong type of men brings a very human monster into his life, Earl Knight.
  • His penchant to kill off characters has been widely acknowledged.

  • Flavor Flav has a penchant for speaking about himself in the third person.
  • Li Bo (Tom Wu) controls drug exports in Shanghai, China, and has a penchant for French restaurants.
  • Smith was a tall right-handed batsman with a penchant for the drive and represented England, Cambridge University, Kent and Middlesex.
  • Morrow’s oeuvre includes three stand-alone science-fiction novellas, each reflecting the author’s penchant for mixing dire situations with acerbic and absurdist humor.
  • Imbued by his penchant for continuous learning, he proceeded further to the Harvard Kennedy School, USA where he bagged an Executive Certificate in Public Leadership.

  • Junkyard Wars caters to all those ranchos who have a penchant for breaking up stuff and reassembling it into something awesome just with random junk.
  • Assays have shown that SNRIs have insignificant penchant for mACh, α1 and α2 adrenergic, or H1 receptors.
  • The nickname the Pink Giant came from both the killer's size and alleged penchant for pink lingerie.
  • Between 1840 and 1848 he followed his marked penchant for the arts, and studied painting under François Souchon.
  • His novels and short stories cover topics from the Bosnian history, with mythical overtones and a penchant for fiction.

  • Pullen had a penchant for using Latin Phases and chocolate.
  • "Cartoons" is a dark comedy about a disturbed child whose kindergarten headmistress discovers the boy's penchant for drawing morbid cartoons.
  • His penchant for strategies and forming contingencies way ahead of time surpasses Elijah's penchant for strategies and forming contingencies; as he has outsmarted Elijah on several occasions and rarely is outsmarted by the latter.
  • A French-language parody of FERT was said by Savoy's neighbors to mean [...] (French: 'Strike, Enter, Break Everything'), from their penchant for [...].
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