Definitions for dissuadedɪˈsweɪd
This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word dissuade
turn away from by persuasion
"Negative campaigning will only dissuade people"
To convince not to try or do.
Origin: From dissuadeo, from dis- + suadeo.
to advise or exhort against; to try to persuade (one from a course)
to divert by persuasion; to turn from a purpose by reasons or motives; -- with from; as, I could not dissuade him from his purpose
Origin: [L. dissuadere, dissuasum; dis- + suadere to advise, persuade: cf. F. dissuader. See Suasion.]
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
This is not meant to be punitive, but rather to dissuade others from carrying out terrorist attacks.
Obviously there was a reaction to dissuade the protesters and that produced this unfortunate result.
I think everyone has their head down and they're focused on the goal, and we haven't seen or heard anything to dissuade us at this point.
I think the market has the mindset that there is almost nothing at this stage of the game that is going to dissuade the Fed from going in December.
The burden of proof is not on Astrology to prove that it does work. The burden of proof is on skeptics and cynics to give us evidence that would dissuade the millions of people who believe in it to go the other way.
Translations for dissuade
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- abbringen, abratenGerman
- saada toisiin ajatuksiin, kääntää jonkun pää, saada luopumaanFinnish
- afraden, afbrengen, uit het hoofd pratenDutch
- разубеждать, разубедитьRussian
- avskräcka, avrådaSwedish
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