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Translation of "lure" - English-Spanish dictionary

lure

noun [no plural]   /lʊər/
the power to attract people atractivo, atracción the lure of fame/power/money
verb   /lʊər/
to persuade someone to go somewhere or do something by offering them something exciting atraer con engaños It seems that he was lured into a trap. They had been lured to the big city by the promise of high wages.
(Definition of lure from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

lure

noun /luə/
attraction; something very attractive or tempting tentación, aliciente The lure of his mother’s good cooking brought him back home.
(Definition of lure from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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