coax translation to Traditional Chinese: Cambridge Dict.

Translation of "coax" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary


verb [T]
/kəʊks/ US  /koʊks/
to persuade someone gently to do something or go somewhere, by being kind and patient, or by appearing to be
Perhaps you could coax your father into taking you to the station.
He has some information I want, so I'm going to try to coax it out of him over a drink.
A mother was coaxing her reluctant child into the water.
a coaxing voice
Urging and persuadingCausing somebody to act
/ˈkəʊk.sɪŋ/ US  /ˈkoʊk-/ noun [U]
A bit of gentle coaxing is all that's required and he'll come, I'm sure.
Urging and persuadingCausing somebody to act
/ˈkəʊk.sɪŋ.li/ US  /ˈkoʊk-/ adverb
Urging and persuadingCausing somebody to act
Translations of “coax”
in Vietnamese tán tỉnh…
in Spanish engatusar…
in Thai เกลี้ยกล่อม…
in Malaysian memujuk…
in French cajoler…
in German beschwatzen…
in Indonesian membujuk…
in Russian уговаривать, улещивать…
in Turkish güzellikle inandırmak, güzellikle ikna etmek, gönlünü yapmak…
in Chinese (Simplified) 哄劝, 哄骗, 劝诱…
in Polish namawiać…
(Definition of coax from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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