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cajole
American English: /kəˈdʒoʊl/
British English: /kəˈdʒəʊl/

Translation of cajole in Spanish:

transitive verb

  • I let myself be cajoled into going
    me dejé engatusar y fui
    Example sentences
    • Elsewhere, it may be acceptable for shop assistants to flatter and cajole you into buying anything, irrespective of whether it suits you.
    • Despite the fact he was only thirteen, it seemed the young prince was already a Casanova in the making, an expert at coaxing and cajoling girls.
    • Housing associations and the government use many misleading arguments to persuade and cajole council tenants into agreeing to stock transfers.

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