New Vocab: Prone

adjective
adjective: prone

1.
likely to or liable to suffer from, do, or experience something, typically something regrettable or unwelcome.
“years of logging had left the mountains prone to mudslides”
synonyms: susceptible, vulnerable, subject, open, liable, given, predisposed, likely, disposed, inclined, apt; at risk of
“untreated wood is prone to rotting”
antonyms: resistant, immune
2.
lying flat, especially face downward.
“I was lying prone on a foam mattress”
synonyms: (lying) face down, face downward, on one’s stomach/front; More
lying flat/down, horizontal, prostrate
“his prone body”
antonyms: upright
technical
denoting the position of the forearm with the palm of the hand facing downward.
3.
archaic
with a downward slope or direction.

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adjective

cenderung
mudah
tengkurap
tiarap
condong

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