Verb(1) move toward(2) be attracted to(3) move due to the pull of gravitation
(1) They made it clear that during the day people gravitate towards the town hall.(2) They're found in all of the oceans of the world, but they gravitate towards the waters of the Arctics, where the food is plentiful and humans are rare.(3) Similarly, instead of being thrown off into space by their movement round the sun, the planets would gravitate towards the centre of their whirlpool.(4) He had that presence which made people gravitate towards him.(5) water does not gravitate on any part of itself beneath it(6) the electron does not gravitate towards the nucleus(7) Four blocks gravitate simultaneously towards the centre of the piece when a lever on the side is moved.(8) I don't know why newspapers and magazines gravitate towards slander.(9) We descend directly to the stern at 30m and gravitate immediately to the impressive 3m propeller.(10) Advertisers gravitate towards low end brands where negative feelings against them are outweighed by the fact that some percentage of overall listeners will convert to buyers.(11) young western Europeans will gravitate to Berlin(12) ├ö├ç├┐The people with a passion for motor sports seem to gravitate towards it - if they can't be driving then it makes them feel a part of it,├ö├ç├û he says.(13) For such a scenario, the centrifugal forces would cause its water veneer to gravitate away from the poles and pile up at the equator.(14) Fairly quickly, I gravitated towards one chat room in particular.(15) Seeing my arts students take their certificates as graduation today was a great moment, as was hearing what they are going to study as of next week - each of them seems to have gravitated towards the subject areas most suited to them.(16) The moon gravitates towards the earth, and by the force of gravity is continually drawn off from a rectilinear motion, and retained in its orbit.
(1) gravitate towards :: tynnu tuag
1. move ::
2. head ::
3. drift ::
4. be drawn ::
5. be attracted ::
cael eu denu
6. tend ::
7. lean ::
heb lawer o fraster
8. incline ::
Different Formsgravitate, gravitated, gravitates, gravitating
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