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Definition of seduce verb from the Oxford Advanced American Dictionary



    Verb Forms present simple I / you / we / they seduce
    he / she / it seduces
    past simple seduced
    -ing form seducing
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  1. 1seduce somebody to persuade someone to have sex with you, especially someone who is younger or who has less experience than you
  2. 2seduce somebody (into something/into doing something) to persuade someone to do something that they would not usually agree to do by making it seem very attractive synonym entice The promise of huge profits seduced him into parting with his money.
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