Bedeutung von “persuade” im Essential American English Dictionary

persuade

verb us /pərˈsweɪd/ present participle persuading, past tense and past participle persuaded

B1 to make someone agree to do something by talking to him or her a lot about it:

We managed to persuade / him to come with us.

to make someone believe that something is true:

You won’t be able to persuade him that you’re innocent.

(Definition von “persuade” aus dem Webster's Essential Mini Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)