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inducement

noun [C or U] uk   /ɪnˈdjuːs.mənt/ us    /-ˈduːs-/
an act or thing that is intended to persuade someone or something: financial/cash inducements Those tenants are not going to swap lifetime security for shorter-term leases without some inducement. [+ to infinitive] They offered voters a massive inducement to oust the president by announcing that sanctions would be lifted if there was "democratic change".
Translations of “inducement”
in Korean 설득…
in Arabic إغراء…
in Portuguese induzimento, incentivo…
in Catalan incentiu, al·licient…
in Japanese 誘引…
in Italian incitamento, incentivo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 引誘, 引誘物, 誘因…
in Russian приманка, стимул…
in Turkish teşvik, özendirme…
in Chinese (Simplified) 引诱, 引诱物, 诱因…
in Polish zachęta…
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