seduction Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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Meaning of “seduction” in the English Dictionary

"seduction" in British English

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seductionnoun

uk   us   /sɪˈdʌk.ʃən/
[C usually plural] the ​attractivequality of something: The seductions of ​life in a ​warmclimate have ​led many Britons to ​liveabroad, ​especially in Spain. [C or U] the ​act of ​persuading someone to have ​sex with you: The ​filmdepicts Charlotte's seduction by her ​boss.
(Definition of seduction from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"seduction" in American English

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seductionnoun

 us   /sɪˈdʌk·ʃən/

seduction noun (ATTRACTIVE QUALITY)

[C/U] the ​attractivequality of something: [U] The ​movie is an ​advertisement for the seduction of ​flight.

seduction noun (PERSUASION TO HAVE SEX)

[C/U] the ​act of ​persuading a ​person to have ​sex with you: [U] The ​moviedepicts her seduction by a ​friend.
(Definition of seduction from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “seduction”
in Chinese (Simplified) 吸引, 诱惑力, 吸引力…
in Chinese (Traditional) 吸引, 誘惑力, 吸引力…
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