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convincingadjective

uk   /kənˈvɪn.sɪŋ/  us   /kənˈvɪn.sɪŋ/
C1 able to make you believe that something is true or right: a convincing argument/explanation convincing evidence The end of the book wasn't very convincing.
a convincing win/victory
a victory in which the person or team that wins is much better than the person or team they are competing against: They won a convincing victory.

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convincingly
adverb uk   /kənˈvɪn.sɪŋ.li/  us   /kənˈvɪn.sɪŋ.li/
She spoke convincingly of the need for a more humane prison system.
(Definition of convincing from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"convincing" in American English

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convincingadjective

 us   /kənˈvɪn·sɪŋ/
able to cause someone to believe something or to do something: a convincing argument Radtke is a pretty convincing actor.
convincingly
adverb  us   /kənˈvɪn·sɪŋ·li/
They argued convincingly that free markets are not always efficient.
(Definition of convincing from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “convincing”
in Chinese (Simplified) 令人信服的, 有说服力的…
in Turkish inandırıcı, ikna edici…
in Russian убедительный…
in Chinese (Traditional) 令人信服的, 有說服力的…
in Polish przekonujący…
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