Word: seduce

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Synonyms: seduce

persuade to have sex, have one's way with, take advantage of, debauch, attract, allure, lure, tempt, entice, beguile, inveigle, maneuver, score, make

Translations: seduce

spanish
seducir


german
verführen

french
acoquiner, séduisent, appâter, séduisez, tenter, ...

italian
sedurre

portuguese
sedimentar, seduzir, desencaminhar

dutch
verlokken, weglokken, verleiden

russian
растлить, совратить, пленять, соблазнять, совращать, ...

norwegian
forføre

swedish
förföra, förleda

finnish
houkutella, houkuttaa, vietellä

danish
forføre, at forføre, forfører, forfřre

czech
svádět, zkazit, svést

polish
uwieść, uwodzić, zbałamucić, kusić, nęcić

hungarian
elcsábít, elcsábítani, elcsábítja, csábítani, csábítsák

turkish
ayartmak

greek
μαυλίζω, ξελογιάζω, αποπλανώ

ukrainian
заполонювати, спокусіть, зваблювати, спокушати

albanian
josh, të josh, gënjyer, gaboj, të gënjyer

bulgarian
съблазнявам, прелъстявам, съблазни, прелъсти, съблазниш

belarusian
спакушаць, спакушае, соблазнять, спакушаў, спакушаў далей

estonian
võrgutama

croatian
sablazniti, zavođenje, sablazan

icelandic
tæla, tælir, að tæla

lithuanian
suvilioti, sugundyti, suvedžioti, suklaidintų, vilioti

latvian
pavest, savaldzināt, savaldzinātu, pavedināt, novirzīšanai

macedonian
заведе, заведам, заведат, ја заведе, заведуваат

romanian
seducă, seduca, seduc, a seduce

slovenian
zapeljati, zapeljujejo, zapeljala, zapeljal, zapelje

slovak
zviesť, zviest

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The meaning and "use of": seduce

verb
  • attract (someone) to a belief or into a course of action that is inadvisable or foolhardy.

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