Definición de convincing en inglés:

convincing

Saltos de línea: con|vin¦cing
Pronunciación: /kənˈvɪnsɪŋ
 
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adjetivo

1Capable of causing someone to believe that something is true or real: there is no convincing evidence that advertising influences total alcohol consumption
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • There is no real convincing evidence for this, yet it was cited as one of the main anti-legalisation arguments for years.
  • It is unlikely that a figure will emerge in the next few months capable of posing a convincing challenge to the incumbent.
  • This study provides convincing evidence that upping our intake of fish oils is likely to offer considerable health benefits in the long term.
Sinónimos
cogent, persuasive, powerful, potent, strong, forceful, compelling, irresistible, telling, conclusive, incontrovertible, unanswerable, incontestable, unassailable; sound, well founded, plausible, credible, believable, carrying conviction, likely, probable
1.1(Of a victory or a winner) leaving no margin of doubt; clear: Wales cruised to a convincing win over Ireland
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Last year the Tories won a convincing victory to take one of Labour's three seats, and will be hoping to take another this time round.
  • Alternating in power with FitzGerald, he won a convincing victory in 1987.
  • Despite the convincing victory, Lula's road to the presidential palace was long and bumpy.
Sinónimos
decisive, conclusive, impressive, emphatic, resounding

Derivativos

convincingly

adverbio
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Not all of this is convincingly incorporated into the fabric of the novel.
  • This moving and strange story is convincingly and vividly imagined.
  • But the circumstantial evidence appears to stack up convincingly against competing.

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