Meaning of INCLINE in English

INCLINE

[verb] [usually + adverb or preposition] [formal]The poor relations between the two countries incline me to feel (= make me tend to feel) pessimistic about an early settlement. [T + object + to infinitive]The Prime Minister is believed to be inclining towards an April election. [I]I incline to disagree with you (= I more disagree than agree) on that point. [+ to infinitive]

Cambridge English vocab.      Кембриджский английский словарь.