Translation of convincing in Spanish:

convincing

convincente, adj.

Pronunciation /kənˈvɪnsɪŋ//kənˈvɪnsɪŋ/

adjective

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    convincente
    • There is convincing evidence in sociological literature that the search for solitude is not a luxury but a biological need.
    • Trouble is, he sounds less than convincing talking up Europe.
    • And strategy seems both clearer and more convincing than this time last year.
    • Another person, confronted by apparently convincing evidence, may reasonably suspect something.
    • The three specific instances behind the July 14 event are neither convincing nor compelling.
    • Yet at no time has he made a clear and convincing case for his leadership, his vision for the country.
    • There is no real convincing evidence for this, yet it was cited as one of the main anti-legalisation arguments for years.
    • This study provides convincing evidence that upping our intake of fish oils is likely to offer considerable health benefits in the long term.
    • He sounded matter-of-fact when he told us good news and somehow sounded very convincing when he came out with the not so good news as well.
    • There is, as yet, no convincing archaeological evidence for tin exploitation in the west of England in the prehistoric period.
    • She also talks to the school, but they don't sound very convincing.
    • Don't you agree that the above sounds more convincing than spewing out black or white smoke?
    • It needs to be seen to be believed - it is very convincing.
    • For every serious argument against him, Mr. Pryor had a clear, convincing answer.
    • The client agrees with Jonathan about confidence and how a convincing compliment from a hairdresser can make a real difference to the way you feel.
    • The existence of a third standard of proof is well recognised in the United States in the form of the clear and convincing standard.
    • It is unlikely that a figure will emerge in the next few months capable of posing a convincing challenge to the incumbent.
    • There's fairly convincing anecdotal evidence that some personal electronic devices have interfered with systems.
    • In one paper after another, he offered further, increasingly convincing evidence.
    • Not all experts believed that yesterday's report was convincing proof that Scots are worse off than people south of the Border, however.