Traducción de "persuade" - Diccionario Inglés-Español

persuade

verb uk /pəˈsweɪd/ us /pərˈsweɪd/ present participle persuading, past tense and past participle persuaded

B1 to make someone agree to do something by talking to them a lot about it

persuadir
We managed to persuade / him to come with us.

to make someone believe that something is true

persuadir
You won’t be able to persuade him that you’re innocent.

(Traducción de "persuade" del Diccionario de Cambridge Inglés-Español © Cambridge University Press)

persuade

verb /pəˈsweid/

to make (someone) (not) do something, by arguing with him or advising him

persuadir (de); (negativo) disuadir (de)
We persuaded him (not) to go.

to make (someone) certain (that something is the case); convince

persuadir, convencer
We eventually persuaded him that we were serious.
persuasion /-ʒən/ noun

the act of persuading

persuasión
He gave in to our persuasion and did what we wanted him to do.
persuasive /-siv/ adjective

able to persuade

persuasivo
He is a persuasive speaker
His arguments are persuasive.
persuasively adverb

de manera persuasiva, convincentemente
She argued her case persuasively.
persuasiveness noun

persuasividad

(Traducción de "persuade" del PASSWORD English-Spanish Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)