Betekenis van:

Bijvoeglijk naamwoord
  • neiging tot iets hebbend
  • having a tendency (to); often used in combination
"a child prone to mischief"
Bijvoeglijk naamwoord
    • lying face downward



    1. He was prone to anger.
    2. He is prone to getting excited.
    3. Young men are prone to fall into temptation.
    4. We are prone to judge every one by ourselves.
    5. The hot-blooded are prone to heart attacks.
    6. Young people are prone to fall into temptation.
    7. People who are prone to aggression can be dangerous.
    8. Languages act as distorting mirrors: one is more prone to hearing languages that one speaks.
    9. Sho was 12 years old, prone to illness and a bit dumb.
    10. One is more prone to make mistakes when one is tired.
    11. According to a study, big women are more prone to have twins.
    12. There's no denying his ability as a pitcher, but he is rather injury-prone.
    13. It seems that Italians are prone to suffer from exclusive ailments that have no names in other cultures.
    14. The weak-willed are prone to go to the dogs; the strong-willed turn failure into success.
    15. Secondly, the firm has observed that highly skilled workers are prone to leave the firm.