they would not be persuadedno había quien los convenciera or persuadiera;she is easily persuadedse deja convencer or persuadir fácilmente;she didn't need any persuadingno hizo falta insistirle;no hizo falta que la persuadieran or convencieran
maybe she will succeed in persuading himI have to admit that I took some persuadingCarla allowed herself to be persuadedI'd hoped to persuade her, but I didn't succeedshe wasn't persuaded by his logic
he is not persuaded of the need for electoral reformla necesidad de una reforma electoral no lo convence
few of them are persuaded of the benefits of the village shopto persuade sb [of] the truth of a theorythe majority had been persuaded of the truth of these argumentspersuading people of the need for enforced environmental protection may be difficultDerek persuaded me of the feasibility of the ideathe British were quickly persuaded of the merits of German unityhe may have a hard time persuading them of the virtues of the Geneva peace plan
to persuade sb thatconvencer a algn de que
I am persuaded that ...estoy convencido de que ...
I remain persuaded that the decisions we made last year were broadly rightI'm still not persuaded that he believes this stuffEleanor was not persuaded; it seemed to her that she had heard it all beforeI've persuaded Mrs Tennant that it's time she retiredwe had managed to persuade them that it was worth working with uswe worked hard to persuade them that we were genuinely interested in the projectthey persuaded him that it was his duty to take the postto persuade o.s. [that]...
he tried to persuade himself that it did not matterintentó convencerse de que no tenía importancia
I had persuaded myself that I could continue indefinitely like thisI did not very much want to live longer and be middle-aged, or so I persuaded myself
to persuade sb to do sthconvencer a algn de que or para que haga algo;persuadir a algn para que haga algo
my husband persuaded me to comenothing would persuade me to do itwe had difficulty (in) persuading him to come backhe might be persuaded to sell for lessI don't suppose she could be persuaded to go back in?they were eventually persuaded by the police to give themselves upthe Conservative Party's victory in April's general election persuaded him to run for President againit was the lack of privacy that eventually persuaded us to move after Ben was bornto persuade sb [not] to do sthwe tried to persuade him not to come with us
I wanted to help but they persuaded me not toquise ayudar pero me convencieron de que or para que no lo hiciera;quise ayudar pero me persuadieron para que no lo hiciera
I tried to persuade her not to come to the funeralto persuade sb [into] do[ing] sthfriends persuaded us into spending the summer with themhe could be persuaded into anythingthe purchase I was persuaded into, against my better judgementhe persuaded Natwick back into the business by making him tutor in residence