Mia is predisposed to become a star soccer player because her older siblings excelled in the sport too.
- An example of predispose is to have a bad immune system that makes you likely to catch colds.
- An example of predispose is to have a family of athletes making it more likely to succeed in sports.
transitive verb-·posed′, -·pos′ing
verbpre·dis·posed, pre·dis·pos·ing, pre·dis·pos·es
- To make (someone) inclined to something in advance: His good manners predispose people in his favor.
- To make susceptible or liable: conditions that predispose miners to lung disease.
(third-person singular simple present predisposes, present participle predisposing, simple past and past participle predisposed)