Complete Definition of "dissuade"

English

Etymology
From L. dissuadere âto advise against, to oppose by argumentâ, from dis- âagainstâ + suadere âto urgeâ.

Pronunciation
RP IPA|/dɪËsweɪd/
rhymes|eɪd

Verb
en-verb|dissuad|ing

  1. transitive To convince not to try or do.

Antonyms
persuade

Derived terms
dissuasion

Translations
trans-top|convince not to try or do
Czech: rozmluvit
Dutch: t|nl|uit het hoofd praten, t|nl|afbrengen van
German: abbringen (von)
trans-mid
Italian: dissuadere
Spanish: disuadir
trans-bottom


Italian

Verb
dissuade

  1. form of|third-person|Third-person singular present tense|dissuadere#Italian|dissuadere|lang=Italian

Category:Italian verb forms

fa:dissuade
fr:dissuade
io:dissuade
it:dissuade
te:dissuade
vi:dissuade
zh:dissuade

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