Definition of predisposed in US English:

predisposed

adjective

  • See predispose

    • ‘You'll have to click a button and watch your character go to work briefly at predisposed mining locations.’
    • ‘Many organizations have the predisposed notion that it will cost too much.’
    • ‘If one part of it is out of balance or improperly tilted toward a predisposed bias, we will not draw the correct conclusions.’
    • ‘Therefore, the development of myopia can continue in a predisposed person beyond the teenage years.’
    • ‘You cannot start the learning process without the predisposed reward circuits in place.’