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woo

verb   /wuː/ ( present participle wooing, past tense and past participle wooed)
to try to persuade someone to support you or to use your business atraer The party has been trying to woo the voters with promises of electoral reform. The airline has been offering discounted tickets to woo passengers away from their competitors.1160
old-fashioned If a man woos a woman, he gives her a lot of attention in an attempt to persuade her to marry him. cortejar He wooed her for months with flowers and expensive presents.2115
(Definition of woo from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

woo

verb /wuː/ ( 3rd person singular present tense woos, past tense, past participle wooed)
(of a man) to seek as a wife cortejar He wooed the daughter of the king.
wooer noun
pretendiente
(Definition of woo from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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