English adjective: bent
|1.||bent fixed in your purpose|
|Samples||Bent on going to the theater.|
Dead set against intervening.
Out to win every event.
|Synonyms||bent on, dead set, out to|
|2.||bent used of the back and knees; stooped|
|Samples||On bended knee.|
With bent (or bended) back.
|Antonyms||erect, upright, vertical|
|3.||bent of metal e.g.|
A car with a crumpled front end.
English noun: bent
|1.||bent (cognition) a relatively permanent inclination to react in a particular way|
|Samples||The set of his mind was obvious.|
|Broader (hypernym)||disposition, inclination, tendency|
|2.||bent (plant) grass for pastures and lawns especially bowling and putting greens|
|Synonyms||bent grass, bent-grass|
|Narrower (hyponym)||Agrostis canina, Agrostis nebulosa, Agrostis palustris, brown bent, cloud grass, creeping bent, creeping bentgrass, dog bent, Rhode Island bent, velvet bent, velvet bent grass|
|Member meronym||Agrostis, genus Agrostis|
|3.||bent (location) an area of grassland unbounded by fences or hedges|
|4.||bent (cognition) a special way of doing something|
|Samples||He had a bent for it.|
He had a special knack for getting into trouble.
He couldn't get the hang of it.
|Broader (hypernym)||endowment, gift, natural endowment, talent|