induce

  核心词汇  
[ɪn'djuːs]     [ɪn'duːs]    
  • vt. 引起;促使;劝服;引诱
inducible induced induced inducing induces
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induce的英文翻译是什么意思,词典释义与在线翻译:

详尽释义

v. (动词)
  1. 引诱
  2. 导致
  3. 引起
  4. 【医】用人工方法催生
  5. 诱导
  6. 【逻】归纳出
  7. 【电】感应
  8. 感生
  9. 【心】诱发
  10. 引出
  11. 劝诱
  12. 敦促
  13. 引导
  14. 【逻】归纳
  15. 【电】感应
  16. 诱劝
  17. 吸引
  18. 怂恿
  19. 逗引
  20. 招致
  21. 感应
  22. 劝说
  23. 诱使
  24. 劝导
  25. 催产
  26. 催生

双解释义

v. (动词)
  1. vt. 劝诱,劝导 lead (sb) into an act often by persuading
  2. vt. 导致,招惹 bring about

英英释义

Verb:
  1. cause to arise;

    "induce a crisis"

  2. cause to do; cause to act in a specified manner;

    "The ads induced me to buy a VCR"
    "My children finally got me to buy a computer"
    "My wife made me buy a new sofa"

  3. cause to occur rapidly;

    "the infection precipitated a high fever and allergic reactions"

  4. reason or establish by induction

  5. produce electric current by electrostatic or magnetic processes

induce的用法和样例:

例句

用作及物动词 (vt.)
  1. The medicine will induce sleep.
    这种药会引起睡意。
  2. They hoped their work would induce social changes.
    他们希望自己的工作可以引起社会上的某些变化。
  3. I can't think what induced her to marry him.
    我想不出到底是什么原因促使她嫁给他。
  4. Alcohol can induce a loosening of the tongue.
    酒精可使人信口开河。
  5. We couldn't induce the old lady to travel by air.
    我们无法劝服那老太太乘飞机旅行。
  6. I tried to induce him to see a doctor but I failed.
    我试着说服他去看医生,但失败了。
  7. Nothing in the world would induce me to do that.
    什么也不能引诱我做那种事。

常见句型

用作动词 (v.)
用作及物动词 S+~+ n./pron.
  1. The medicine will induce sleep.
    这种药会使人入睡。
  2. Excessive drinking induces alcoholism.
    饮酒过度会引起酒精中毒。
  3. The actor's demonstration of emotion induces similar emotions in his audience.
    那位演员感情真挚的表演引起了观众的共鸣。
  4. The author by his choice of words has induced a particular frame of mind in the reader.
    作者推敲用词,在读者心中唤起一种特殊的意境。
  5. Failure induces a total sense of inferiority.
    失败使人产生自卑。
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  7. His illness was induced by overwork.
    他的疾病是因过度劳累引起的。
S+~+ n./pron. +to- v
  1. The salesman was unable to induce his customers to try the new product.
    商人不能劝诱他的顾客试用新产品。
  2. Advertising induces people to buy.
    广告诱导人们花钱买东西。
  3. A sound argument induces people to agree .
    言之成理的论点会说服人们同意。
  4. Such arguments gradually induced him to change his point of view.
    这些论据使他逐渐改变了观点。
  5. What induced you to do such a stupid thing?
    是什么使你作出这样的蠢事?
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  7. I was induced to come against my will.
    尽管我不愿意,可还是被劝来了。
  8. I was induced to believe that he was lying.
    我被说服相信他在撒谎。

常用短语

用作动词 (v.)
induce in (v.+prep.)
    使…产生 make (a feeling, behaviour, etc.) arise in (sb)

词汇搭配

用作动词 (v.)
~+名词 ~+副词 ~+介词

经典引文

  • To induce us to this, Mr. Fox laboured hard.

    出自: Burke
  • The twist in Dr Downman's character which induced him to put into blank verse his advice.

    出自: G. Greene
  • I am tired and am trying to induce someone to carry me.

    出自: K. M. E. Murray

induce的详细讲解:

词语用法

v. (动词)
  1. induce的基本意思是指以丰厚的报酬或高收益许诺某人,促其下决心去获取这些好处,从而干某事。引申可作“导致”“招惹”解。
  2. induce是及物动词,接名词或代词作宾语。也可接以动词不定式充当补足语的复合宾语。
  3. induce后接介词in时表示“在…中引起,产生”。
  1. induce表示“劝诱成功”,如果劝诱了,但是没有成功的时候,不可以用这个词。

    He has induced her to go.
    他已经劝诱她去,而她真的去了。

词义辨析

v. (动词)
induce, arouse, incite, prompt
  • 这组词的共同意思是“促成”“促使”。其区别在于:induce含有引导的意思,不见得有坏的动机; arouse常指引起注意,使觉醒或唤起某种感情; incite指由于强烈的情感而引起的行动,可指好的方面或坏的方面; prompt是常用词,指对一件可能发生的事情起导火线作用,重点在最终促使事情的发生。
  • induce,persuade,urge,convince,counsel,coax
  • 这些动词均有“劝说、劝导、劝诱”之意。
  • induce指用讲道理来使某人做某事。
  • persuade普通用词,指通过劝说、感情交流等而使对方做劝说者所希望的事。
  • urge语气强,指不断地、热情地规劝诱导。
  • convince指凭行动、事实或言语使他人从思想感情上信服。
  • counsel较正式用词,指对一些较重大事情所提出的劝告。有时也用于非正式场合,但仍强调严肃的一面。
  • coax指用好话善意或耐心劝诱、哄骗某人做某事。
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