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implore

verb [T]  us   /ɪmˈplɔr, -ˈploʊr/
to ask someone in a determined, sincere, and sometimes emotional way to do or not to do something, or to ask for something in this way: She implored him not to leave her.
Translations of “implore”
in Vietnamese cầu xin…
in Spanish implorar…
in Thai อ้อนวอน…
in Malaysian memohon…
in French implorer…
in German anflehen…
in Chinese (Traditional) 懇求, 哀求, 祈求…
in Indonesian mengimbau…
in Russian умолять…
in Turkish istirham etmek, yalvarmak, dilemek…
in Chinese (Simplified) 恳求, 哀求, 祈求…
in Polish błagać…
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