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induce
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induce(
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dus
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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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induce
A transitive verb is a verb that requires a direct object (e.g. I bought a book.).
1. (persuade)
a. inducir
to induce somebody to do somethinginducir a alguien a hacer algo
2. (cause)
a. provocar
3. (medicine)
a.
to induce laborprovocar or inducir el parto
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induce [ɪnˈdjuːs]
transitive verb
1 (persuade) inducir; persuadir
to induce sb to do sth inducir or persuadir a algn a hacer algo; nothing would induce me to go nada me induciría a ir; nada podría hacerme ir; what on earth induced him to do it? ¿qué diablos lo indujo or lo llevó a hacerlo?
2 (cause) [+sleep] producir; inducir
3 (Med) [+birth] inducir
I was induced me tuvieron que provocar el parto
4 (Electricity and Electronics) inducir
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The word induces is the present form of inducir in the second person singular. See the full inducir conjugation.
inducir
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inducir(
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doo
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seer
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A transitive verb is a verb that requires a direct object (e.g. I bought a book.).
1. (to make; used with "a")
a. to lead to
Las contradicciones del testigo indujeron a la policía a sospechar de él.The witness's contradictions led the police to suspect him.
b. to prompt to
Su interés por la literatura latinoamericana la indujo a estudiar la obra de Saer.Her interest in Latin American literature prompted her to study Saer's work.
c. to induce
Los resultados electorales indujeron al primer ministro a renunciar.The election results induced the prime minister to resign.
2. (medicine)
a. to induce
Si el bebé no nace a las 40 semanas, tal vez tengamos que inducir el parto.If the baby isn't born after 40 weeks, we may have to induce labor.
3. (physics)
a. to induce
Si se modifica la intensidad de un campo magnético, se induce una corriente eléctrica.If the intensity of a magnetic field is modified, an electric current is induced.
4. (to conclude)
a. to induce
La lógica nos enseña que si estos hechos son ciertos, podemos inducir que otros del mismo tipo también lo serán.Logic teaches us that if these facts are true, we can induce that other facts of the same kind will also be true.
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inducir
A transitive verb is a verb that requires a direct object (e.g. I bought a book.).
1. (incitar)
a.
inducir a alguien a algo/a hacer algoto lead somebody into something/into doing something
ello les indujo a pensar que el asesino era el mayordomothis led them to think that the butler was the murderer
esa frase puede inducir a errorthat sentence could be misleading
sus instrucciones me indujeron a errorher instructions caused o led me to make a mistake
2. (deducir)
a. to infer
3. (physics)
a. to induce
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inducir
transitive verb
1 (Filosofía) to infer
2 (Electricidad y Eléctronica) to induce
3 (empujar, llevar) to induce
inducir a algn a hacer algo to induce sb to do sth; inducir a algn a error to lead sb into error
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