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Spanish translation of “entreat”

entreat

verb /inˈtriːt/
to ask (a person) earnestly and seriously (to do something)
suplicar
She entreated him to forgive her.
entreaty noun (plural entreaties) (an) earnest request or plea.
súplica, ruego
The committee ignored his entreaty to provide funding for the project.
(Definition of entreat from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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