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"Induced" is a form of "induce", a transitive verb which is often translated as "inducir". "Assisted" is an adjective which is often translated as "asistido". Learn more about the difference between "induced" and "assisted" below.
induce(
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A transitive verb is a verb that requires a direct object (e.g. I bought a book.).
1. (medicine)
a. inducir
The doctor made the decision to induce labor.La doctora tomó la decisión de inducir el parto.
b. provocar
If we don't induce labor, there could be complications.Si no provocamos el parto, podría haber complicaciones.
2. (to cause)
a. provocar
Questions like that will only induce rage in him.Tales preguntas solo provocarán rabia en él.
b. producir
The drums beat faster and faster, inducing a frenzy in all who were at the ceremony.Los tambores sonaban cada vez más rápido, produciendo un frenesí en todos los que asistieron a la ceremonia.
c. inducir
The pill is intended to induce sleep.La pastilla está pensada para inducir el sueño.
3. (to persuade)
a. inducir
They must have offered her a lot of money to induce her to agree to that.Le han de haber ofrecido mucho dinero para inducirla a aceptar algo así.
4. (physics)
a. inducir
The copper coil induces an electrical current.La bobina de cobre induce una corriente eléctrica.
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assisted(
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (aided)
a. asistido
Amanda, suffering from a painful, terminal illness, signed the papers requesting assisted suicide.Amanda, que sufría de una enfermedad terminal dolorosa, firmó los papeles para solicitar el suicidio asistido.
2. (subsidized)
a. subvencionado
Jimmy applied for assisted housing so he could afford to attend college away from his family.Jimmy solicitó una vivienda subvencionada para que poder costearse asistir a la universidad lejos de su familia.
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