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allure

noun /(British ). əˈluə; (American). əˈluər/
the quality of being exciting and attractive
Attactivo, Encanto
the allure of city life.
alluring /əˈluəriŋ/ adjective attractive, tempting
Actractivo, Tentator
The idea of working abroad for a much better salary was very alluring.
Translations of “allure”
in Korean 유혹…
in Arabic إغراء, فَتنة…
in Portuguese fascinação, atração…
in Catalan fascinació, atractiu…
in Japanese 魅力, わくわくすること…
in Italian fascino, attrattiva…
in Chinese (Traditional) 誘惑, 魅力, 吸引力…
in Russian обаяние, очарование…
in Turkish cazibe, çekicilik, büyü…
in Chinese (Simplified) 诱惑, 魅力, 吸引力…
in Polish czar…
(Definition of allure from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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