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sweet-talk
Pronunciation: /ˈswiːttɔːk/

Translation of sweet-talk in Spanish:

transitive verb

  • [colloquial]
    engatusar [colloquial]
    camelar (Spain) [colloquial]
    to sweet-talk somebody into -ing
    engatusar or (Spain) camelar a alguien para que + subjunctive [colloquial]
    he tried to sweet-talk me into signing the contract
    intentó engatusarme or (Spain also) camelarme para que firmara el contrato [colloquial]

also: sweet talk noun sweet talking

uncountable
  • [colloquial]
    Example sentences
    • When you ask Mr. Haddad to confirm it in writing, he will start talking sweet talk and nice words such as: ‘I am a respectable man.
    • What sort of sweet talk is possibly needed to persuade a 14-year-old to enter the room of a complete stranger and, presumably, a foreigner?
    • From this moment we won't be appeased by fork-tongued, sweet talk.
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