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Translation of "tempt" - English-Spanish dictionary

tempt

verb /tempt/
to (try to) persuade or attract to do something; to make (someone) want to do (something) tentar The sunshine tempted them (to go) out.
temptation noun
the act of tempting tentación the temptation of Christ (by the Devil).
something that tempts tentación He was surrounded by temptations.
tempter noun ( feminine temptress)
a person who tempts. tentador; tentadora
tempting adjective
attractive tentador That cake looks tempting.
temptingly adverb
tentadoramente, de manera tentadora The freshly baked bread smelt temptingly good.
be tempted (to do something)
to think that it would be pleasant, interesting etc to do (something) estar tentado I’m tempted to go to the party.
Translations of “tempt”
in Arabic يُغْري…
in Korean 유혹하다, 부추기다…
in Malaysian mendorong…
in French tenter…
in Turkish özendirmek, teşvik etmek, imrendirmek…
in Italian tentare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 引誘,誘惑…
in Russian уговаривать, склонять…
in Polish kusić, wabić…
in Vietnamese xúi giục…
in Portuguese tentar…
in Thai ทำให้อยาก…
in German verlocken…
in Catalan temptar…
in Japanese ~を誘惑する, そそのかす…
in Indonesian menggoda…
in Chinese (Simplified) 引诱,诱惑…
(Definition of tempt from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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