Penchant definition is - a strong and continued inclination; broadly : liking. ... See the full definition for penchant in the English Language Learners Dictionary.


penchant meaning: 1. a liking for, an enjoyment of, or a habit of doing something, especially something that other people might not like: 2. a liking for or a habit of ...


Penchant definition, a strong inclination, taste, or liking for something: a penchant for outdoor sports. See more.


Penchant borrows from French, in which penchant literally means inclined. It goes back to the Latin pendere, for hanging, which is also the source of pendant.


Definition of penchant - a strong or habitual liking for something or tendency to do something.


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Penchant definition: If someone has a penchant for something, they have a special liking for it or a tendency... | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and ...


Borrowed from French penchant, present participle of pencher (“to tilt, to lean”), from Middle French, from Old French pengier (“to tilt, be out of line”), from Vulgar  ...


(noun) A strong taste, liking, preference or tendency towards or for something.