Translation of seduction in Spanish:

seduction

seducción, n.

Pronunciation: /səˈdəkʃ(ə)n//sɪˈdʌkʃ(ə)n/

noun

  • 1

    (sexual)
    seducción feminine
    • There is a difference between lechery and seduction.
    • Wine has also had a long association with the art of seduction.
    • A magazine editor who has lived in Hollywood for many years, he has witnessed first-hand how corrupting seduction can be.
    • This is no lesson in morality, but an invitation to seduction.
    • Whether it was Halloween or Christmas, she always had a bright, toothy smile on her face and the look of sheer seduction in her eyes.
    • Elsewhere on the video, she silently mimes emotional states that range from fear and sadness to seduction.
    • It was the curtain and her husband's fears and warnings which alerted her to the presence of a possible source of seduction.
    • How does one contain power that flows not from coercion but seduction?
    • The four players skilfully acted out very different scenes, playing with universal images of rejection, seduction and romance.
    • Snakes are an important symbol of power and seduction.
    • It's a mission which looks dangerously like seduction as she hangs around gazing calf-like at the older man, who reacts with a panicky cold sweat.
    • The latter used to be called seduction - but seduction is now seen as a crime that we had simply failed to recognise.
    • Control over others, through processes of possession, domination, and seduction, are the main mechanisms at work here.
    • It gives you a simple style with a touch of feminine seduction.
    • A valuable weapon in the armoury of seduction, it covers a multitude of sins, including wrinkles and blemishes.
    • The only time seduction doesn't involve warmth and feeling, says Greene, is when it is performed by a coquette.
    • Here, she turns her microscope on a male lover hopelessly addicted to serial seduction and romantic self-absorption.
  • 2

    (temptation)
    tentación feminine