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UK:*UK & possibly other pronunciationsUK & possibly other pronunciations/pərˈsweɪd/US:USA pronunciation: IPA & respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/pɚˈsweɪd/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(pər swād)
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Inflections of "persuade" (v): (⇒ conjugate)persuadesv 3rd person singular persuadingv pres pverb, present participle: -ing verb used descriptively or to khung progressive verb--for example, "a singing bird," "It is singing." persuadedv pastverb, past simple: Past tense--for example, "He saw the man." "She laughed." persuadedv past pverb, past participle: Verb khung used descriptively or to form verbs--for example, "the locked door," "The door has been locked."
per•suade/pɚˈsweɪd/USA pronunciationv.,-suad•ed, -suad•ing.to cause (a person) to vị something, as by advising or urging: <~+object+to+verb>I persuaded her khổng lồ go with me khổng lồ the party.<~+object+into/out of+object>I persuaded her into going lớn the buổi tiệc nhỏ with my roommate.to convince (someone); cause (someone) to believe something: <~+object+of+object>They persuaded the judge of her innocence.<~+object+(that) clause>They persuaded the judge that she was innocent. per•suad•a•ble, adj. per•suad•er, n.See -suade-.
per•suade(pər swād′
),USA pronunciationv.t.,-suad•ed, -suad•ing.to prevail on (a person) to bởi vì something, as by advising or urging:We could not persuade him to lớn wait.to induce khổng lồ believe by appealing lớn reason or understanding; convince:to persuade the judge of the prisoner"s innocence.
per•suad′a•ble, adj. per•suad′a•bil′i•ty, per•suada•ble•ness, n. per•suad′a•bly, adv. per•suad′ing•ly, adv. 1.See corresponding entry in Unabridged urge, influence, move, entice, impel. Persuade, induce imply influencing someone"s thoughts or actions. They are used today mainly in the sense of winning over a person khổng lồ a certain course of action:It was I who persuaded him to gọi a doctor. I induced him to vị it.They differ in that persuade suggests appealing more to lớn the reason & understanding:I persuaded him khổng lồ go back to lớn his wife(although it is often lightly used:Can"t I persuade you to stay khổng lồ supper?); induce emphasizes only the idea of successful influence, whether achieved by argument or by promise of reward:What can I say that will induce you lớn stay at your job?Owing khổng lồ this idea of compensation, induce may be used in reference to lớn the influence of factors as well as of persons:The prospect of a raise in salary was what induced him to lớn stay. 1.See corresponding entry in Unabridged dissuade. Seeconvince.
persuade /pəˈsweɪd/ vb (tr; may take a clause as object or an infinitive) lớn induce, urge, or prevail upon successfully: he finally persuaded them to lớn buy it to lớn cause khổng lồ believe; convince: even with the evidence, the police were not persuadedEtymology: 16th Century: from Latin persuādēre, from per- (intensive) + suādēre khổng lồ urge, adviseperˈsuadable, perˈsuasible adj perˌsuadaˈbility, perˌsuasiˈbility n perˈsuader n
argue - argument - beat - beat down - bid - blandish - bribe - bring - budge - cajole - causative - coax - bé - consideration - convince - deceive - decide - difficult - dissuade - double-talk - drag - draw - enlist - exhort - exhortation - fast-talk - gain - get - hedonic - hustle - impress - induce - influence - inveigle - job - lead - maintain - missionary - overpersuade - palaver - persuader - persuasible - persuasion - persuasive - pervert - pistology - prepersuade - press - push - reason
Collocations: persuaded her (not) to lớn , he easily persuaded, persuade the (to), more...
'persuade' as an intransitive verb‘Even if I . . .’ He gives a meaningful cough, ‘tried lớn persuade her otherwise.’attempted khổng lồ persuade him lớn eithercoax/persuadeconvince vs persuade in examplesdiff. In the usage of Coax, wheedle, persuade & cajole?entice/persuadeget round meaning khổng lồ persuade/cajolehope or persuade ?how much trouble I had

himHow lớn formally persuade someoneI am asking him to lớn persuade Tom lớn come home.Induce vs persuadeinterference will persuade a man lớn think no more of a girl?Is there any difference between "Persuade" and "Convince"?knew that I persuade you almost persuade meone way Only when he developed peritonitis did the doctors persuade him to lớn postponepersuadepersuade / advisepersuade / convincepersuade John that Persuade or convince?persuade somebody not to bởi somethingpersuade someone (to not do//not lớn do) somethingPersuade someone thatPersuade someone with good wordspersuade them not to...persuade us lớn buy things/influence our buying decisionsmore...
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