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dis·suade

 (dĭ-swād′)
tr.v. dis·suad·ed, dis·suad·ing, dis·suades
To prevent (someone) from a purpose or course of action by persuasion: dissuaded my friend from pursuing such a rash scheme.

[Latin dissuādēre : dis-, dis- + suādēre, to advise; see swād- in Indo-European roots.]

dis·suad′er n.

dissuade

(dɪˈsweɪd)
vb (tr)
1. (often foll by from) to deter (someone) by persuasion from a course of action, policy, etc
2. to advise against (an action, etc)
[C15: from Latin dissuādēre, from dis-1 + suādēre to persuade]
disˈsuadable adj
disˈsuader n
disˈsuasion n
disˈsuasive, disˈsuasory adj
disˈsuasively adv
disˈsuasiveness n

dis•suade

(dɪˈsweɪd)

v.t. -suad•ed, -suad•ing.
1. to deter by advice or persuasion; persuade not to do something (often fol. by from).
2. Archaic. to advise or urge against.
[1505–15; < Latin dissuādēre=dis- dis-1 + suādēre to recommend, urge, derivative of suād-, base of suāvis tasting agreeable; see suave]
dis•suad′a•ble, adj.
dis•suad′er, n.

dissuade


Past participle: dissuaded
Gerund: dissuading

Imperative
dissuade
dissuade
Present
I dissuade
you dissuade
he/she/it dissuades
we dissuade
you dissuade
they dissuade
Preterite
I dissuaded
you dissuaded
he/she/it dissuaded
we dissuaded
you dissuaded
they dissuaded
Present Continuous
I am dissuading
you are dissuading
he/she/it is dissuading
we are dissuading
you are dissuading
they are dissuading
Present Perfect
I have dissuaded
you have dissuaded
he/she/it has dissuaded
we have dissuaded
you have dissuaded
they have dissuaded
Past Continuous
I was dissuading
you were dissuading
he/she/it was dissuading
we were dissuading
you were dissuading
they were dissuading
Past Perfect
I had dissuaded
you had dissuaded
he/she/it had dissuaded
we had dissuaded
you had dissuaded
they had dissuaded
Future
I will dissuade
you will dissuade
he/she/it will dissuade
we will dissuade
you will dissuade
they will dissuade
Future Perfect
I will have dissuaded
you will have dissuaded
he/she/it will have dissuaded
we will have dissuaded
you will have dissuaded
they will have dissuaded
Future Continuous
I will be dissuading
you will be dissuading
he/she/it will be dissuading
we will be dissuading
you will be dissuading
they will be dissuading
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been dissuading
you have been dissuading
he/she/it has been dissuading
we have been dissuading
you have been dissuading
they have been dissuading
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been dissuading
you will have been dissuading
he/she/it will have been dissuading
we will have been dissuading
you will have been dissuading
they will have been dissuading
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been dissuading
you had been dissuading
he/she/it had been dissuading
we had been dissuading
you had been dissuading
they had been dissuading
Conditional
I would dissuade
you would dissuade
he/she/it would dissuade
we would dissuade
you would dissuade
they would dissuade
Past Conditional
I would have dissuaded
you would have dissuaded
he/she/it would have dissuaded
we would have dissuaded
you would have dissuaded
they would have dissuaded
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.dissuade - turn away from by persuasion; "Negative campaigning will only dissuade people"
talk out of - persuade someone not to do something
advise, counsel, rede - give advice to; "The teacher counsels troubled students"; "The lawyer counselled me when I was accused of tax fraud"
persuade - cause somebody to adopt a certain position, belief, or course of action; twist somebody's arm; "You can't persuade me to buy this ugly vase!"

dissuade

verb
To persuade (a person) not to do something:
Idiom: talk out of.
Translations
يُثْني عَن، يُقْنِعُ بالعُدول عَن
odraditrozmluvit
fraråde
telja af; ráîa frá
atkalbėjimasatkalbėti
atrunāt
afbrengenafradenuit het hoofd praten
caydırmakvazgeçirmek

dissuade

[dɪˈsweɪd] VTdisuadir (from de) to dissuade sb from doing sthdisuadir a algn de hacer algo

dissuade

[dɪˈsweɪd] vt [+ person] → dissuader
to dissuade sb from sth [+ decision] → détourner qn de qch
to dissuade sb from a belief → faire changer d'avis à qn sur qch
to dissuade sb from doing sth → dissuader qn de faire qch

dissuade

vt to dissuade somebody from somethingjdn von etw abbringen, jdm etw ausreden; to dissuade somebody from doing somethingjdn davon abbringen or jdm ausreden, etw zu tun; he wouldn’t be dissuadeder ließ sich nicht davon abbringen, er ließ sich das nicht ausreden

dissuade

[dɪˈsweɪd] vt to dissuade sb (from doing)dissuadere qn (dal fare), distogliere qn (dall'idea di fare)

dissuade

(diˈsweid) verb
to stop (from doing something) by advice or persuasion. I tried to dissuade him from his foolish intention.
disˈsuasion (-ʒən) noun
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