Translation of dissuade in Spanish:

dissuade

Pronunciation: /dɪˈsweɪd/

vt

  • to dissuade sb (from sth) disuadir a algn (de algo) she wouldn't be dissuaded no hubo manera de disuadirla he's not easily dissuaded no es fácil quitarle una idea de la cabezato dissuade sb from -ing I managed to dissuade her from leaving logré convencerla de que no se fuera, logré que desistiera de la idea de irse

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