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Traducción en español de “persuade”

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
(Definition of persuade from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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