Definition of talk someone out of in English:

talk someone out of

Persuade someone not to do (something unwise).
More example sentences
  • Even a stranger passing by a fighting couple could talk them out of the quarrel.
  • Neither could his Son who tried to talk him out of the trip.
  • In the end, he talked her out of suicide.
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