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allure

noun [U]  /əˈlʊər/ us  
attraction, charm, or excitement: The allure of the stage drew him back to acting.
alluring
adjective  /əˈlʊər·ɪŋ/ us  
There’s something alluring about motorcycles.
Traducciones de “allure”
en español Attactivo, Encanto…
en coreano 유혹…
en árabe إغراء, فَتنة…
en portugués fascinação, atração…
en catalán fascinació, atractiu…
en japonés 魅力, わくわくすること…
en italiano fascino, attrattiva…
en chino (tradicionál) 誘惑, 魅力, 吸引力…
en ruso обаяние, очарование…
en turco cazibe, çekicilik, büyü…
en chino (simplificado) 诱惑, 魅力, 吸引力…
en polaco czar…
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