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convinceverb [T]

uk   us   /kənˈvɪns/
B1 to persuade someone or make someone certain: He managed to convince the jury of his innocence. [+ (that)] It's useless trying to convince her (that) she doesn't need to lose any weight. [+ to infinitive] I hope this will convince you to change your mind.
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Translations of “convince”
in Arabic يُقْنِع…
in Korean 확신시키다…
in Malaysian yakin…
in French convaincre…
in Turkish ikna etmek, inandırmak, razı etmek…
in Italian convincere…
in Chinese (Traditional) 說服, 使相信, 使信服…
in Russian убеждать, уговаривать…
in Polish przekonywać, namawiać…
in Vietnamese thuyết phục…
in Spanish convencer (de)…
in Portuguese convencer…
in Thai โน้มน้าว…
in German überzeugen…
in Catalan convèncer…
in Japanese (人)に納得させる…
in Indonesian meyakinkan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 说服, 使相信, 使信服…
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