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induce

verb /(British ) inˈdiuːs; (American) inˈduːs, inˈdiuːs/
(formal) to persuade someone to do something, especially something wrong or unwise
causar, provocar, inducir
Nothing would induce me to follow his advice again.
(formal) to cause something, especially a particular physical condition
causar, provocar
Taking a hot bath before bed can help induce sleep He fell into a drug-induced coma.
(medical) to artificially make a woman start giving birth to a baby, especially by giving her drugs
causar, provocar
Her daughter’s birth was induced induced labour/labor.
(Definition of induce from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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