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induce
ɪn'duːs
Main
English Definition
(动) As a verb
  1. Reason or establish by induction.
  2. Cause to do; cause to act in a specified manner.
  3. Cause to arise.
  4. Cause to occur rapidly.
  5. Produce electric current by electrostatic or magnetic processes.
Hyphenationin•duce
Part of Speech(及物的动) transitive verb
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引诱yǐnyòuto coerce (somebody into doing something bad); to lure (into a trap); to seduce
招致zhāozhìto recruit (followers); to scout for (talent etc); to incur; to lead to
感应gǎnyìngresponse; reaction; interaction; irritability (biol.); induction (elec.); inductance
诱发yòufāto induce; to cause; to elicit; to trigger
sǒuto induce
tǒuto induce; to lure; to allure; to attract; to entice; to tempt; to seduce (with speech; words; through talking)
促使cùshǐto induce; to promote; to urge; to impel; to bring about; to provoke; to drive (somebody to do something); to catalyze; to actuate; to contribute to (some development)
勾起gōuqǐto evoke; to induce; to call to mind; to pick up with a hook
导出dǎochūto derive; derived; derivation; to entail; to induce; to export (data)
诱使yòushǐto lure into; to entrap; to trick into; to entice; to induce; to invite; to tempt
诱导yòudǎoto guide; to lead; to induce; electrical induction; (medic.) revulsion
huìto teach; to instruct; to induce
诱惑yòuhuòto entice; to lure; to induce; to attract
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