In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- Perhaps she would completely seduce him in the next week.
- I made most of the phone calls to get people into the movie and didn't try to seduce anyone.
- The girl had never so easily seduced a man.
- I heard a rumor, freshman year, that he once tried to seduce every single female teacher in the school.
- The samurai wants to seduce the cute girl but she rejects his advances.
- He sets out to seduce Judy, the most attractive young woman in sight.
- In every romance, every relationship, one is seduced.
2(tempt)seducirtentarseduced by the idea — seducido por la idea
- to seduce sb into-ing — tentar a algn a/+ inf
- I was seduced into buying it — me tentaron a comprarlo
- to seduce sb (away) from sth
- she was seduced (away) from her job by the promise of a higher salary — dejó el trabajo atraída por la promesa de un sueldo mejor
- He was seduced into the unionist country house set very early on.
- He was seduced into politics and fell victim to the hubristic notion that he, and he alone, could once again be France's saviour.
- Even pet lovers may be seduced by the possibilities of cloning.
- She appreciates its particular qualities without allowing herself to be seduced by its insidious charms.
- The master storyteller has been seduced by the lure of technology.
- When life is so short, why is it that some of us are seduced into working with difficult, unreasonable, and obnoxious people?
- Nonetheless, we are easily seduced into thinking popularisation of such a subject is, by definition, a bad thing.
- Because of feminism's many successes, women have been seduced into submission once again.
- The opponent is easily seduced into long, lob style passes and dribbling into trouble.
- Particularly notable, Zimbardo said, is that people are seduced into evil by dehumanizing and labeling others.
- It amazes him how people get seduced by the bogus trappings of fame.
- Thus, those having any sense of the wrongness of the activity must be seduced.
- Consumers were easily seduced into buying more for less.
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