In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(clothing/person/manner) seductor(offer) tentador(offer) atrayente
- The latter have been seduced by big business with seductive talk of ‘saving the planet’.
- The idea of superiority is the most seductive notion ever visited upon the human life.
- Your sculpted physique and mastery of seductive poetry is simply overwhelming.
- It has a seductive scent and nourishes skin without making it sticky.
- Our modern capitalist world makes it all the more seductive to shirk the responsibility of cooking.
- The results are seductive and powerful and all the more dangerous as a consequence.
- This line of argument is comforting and seductive, but not convincing.
- With enough seductive advertising, you could convince many people that night is day.
- The combination of light and colour produces a seductive landscape that humanity has fashioned for its own ends.
- I can understand how seductive the idea is for someone who is less fortunate.
- His voice dropped to a seductive whisper and Dawn felt it all the way to her toes.
- Awesome and seductive, they undo the myth that contemporary art is unintelligible to all but the initiated.
- It seems to be more talked about now, and minds are opening to the effectiveness of seductive selling.
- The gesture was entirely practical, yet it was also deeply seductive.
- This is seductive as sentiment but far from persuasive as argument.
- These are rich, seductive, deeply sympathetic images aimed to counter tabloid stereotypes.
- They have a beauty all their own, a seductive, sexy, sinuous swiftness that puts everything else in the sea to shame.
- Visions of Shanghai and Singapore provide seductive images and useful rhetoric.
- Some designers have gone further by experimenting with sheer fabrics to add a seductive appeal.
- I spent time writing a song that was designed to be for a techno beat and the lyrics were tantalizing and seductive.
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