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verb /inˈtais/
to attract or tempt
atraer, tentar
Goods are displayed in shop windows to entice people inside.
enticement noun
tentación, señuelo
enticing adjective attractive
the enticing smell of freshly baked bread.
Translations of “entice”
in Korean 유혹하다…
in Arabic يَجذِب, يُغري…
in French attirer…
in Italian allettare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 誘惑, 誘使, 引誘…
in Russian заманивать, соблазнять…
in Turkish ayartmak, baştan çıkarmak, kandırmak…
in Polish wabić, kusić…
in Portuguese tentar, seduzir, atrair…
in German locken…
in Catalan incitar, persuadir…
in Japanese (人)を~するように誘う…
in Chinese (Simplified) 诱惑, 诱使, 引诱…
(Definition of entice from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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