Prepositions after "predispose"
"predispose to", "predispose towards" or "predispose toward"?
|In 74% of cases predispose to is used|
|A big pot even if you are otherwise skinny predisposes to heart disease.|
|The two main class II alleles that predispose to diabetes are DR3 and DR4.|
|Females being much more predisposed to social lives, and **26;694;TOOLONG.|
|Especially if you are predisposed to bad news about Embarcadero or Delphi (sorry, Rad Studio).|
|What happens to the money the outbid buyer has in their hands? That buyer was predisposed to *save*.|
|This will help the doctors to identify any possible conditions that predispose to complications in pregnancy or abnormal births.|
|And because poor pain control inhibits movement, those with limited mobility are predisposed to other risks such as blood clots, according to Dr.|
|The irritation and frustration of chronic pain or disability can predispose to depression - it can be seen as ' the last straw ' if other stressors are present.|
|So before we look to the consumer to boost a local food economy, the crimes against people who are absolutely predisposed to being poor and staying poor need to stop.|
|To be frank, it's an economy boosted by people who are less likely to have a tight budget for food, and as a result are predisposed to be able to support their local grower.|
|In 13% of cases predispose towards is used|
|I don't think he's an anti-Semite or a bigot but doesn't sound as though he's predisposed towards the Jewish community.|
|On the contrary; the accusers in both instances are likely to be predisposed towards the armed forces, regard them as ' Our Boys ' and even have organic links with them.|
Use Linguix everywhere you write
Be productive and efficient, no matter where and what you write!
Get your writing checked on millions of websites, including Gmail, Facebook, and Google Docs.