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temptation

noun     /tempˈteɪ.ʃən/
[C or U] the wish to do or have something which you know you should not do or have 引誘;誘惑 [+ to infinitive] As a young actress, she managed to resist the temptation to move to Hollywood. 作為一名年輕女演員,她抵擋住了前往好萊塢的誘惑。 Feelings of desire
[C] something that makes you want to do or have something that you know you should not 很有誘惑力的事物 He knew it was wrong to steal, but the money just lying there was too great a temptation. 他知道偷盜是不對的,但錢就擺在那裡,對他的誘惑實在太大了。 Attracting and temptingAttractiveSexual attraction
Translations of “temptation”
in Korean 유혹…
in Arabic إغْراء…
in Portuguese tentação…
in Catalan temptació…
in Japanese 誘惑, 衝動…
in Italian tentazione…
in Russian соблазн, искушение…
in Turkish karşıkonulamaz istek, şeytana uyma, tahrik…
in Chinese (Simplified) 引诱, 诱惑, 很有诱惑力的事物…
in Polish pokusa…
(Definition of temptation from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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