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coax

  • 1 coax

    kəuks
    (to persuade by flattery, by patient and gentle treatment etc: He coaxed her into going to the dance by saying she was the best dancer he knew; He coaxed some money out of his mother.) engatusar
    coax vb persuadir / convencer
    tr[kəʊks]
    1 (person) engatusar
    \
    SMALLIDIOMATIC EXPRESSION/SMALL
    to coax a machine to work lograr que una máquina funcione
    to coax somebody into doing something engatusar a alguien para que haga algo
    to coax something out of somebody sonsacar algo a alguien
    coax ['ko:ks] vt
    : engatusar, persuadir
    v.
    conseguir por medio de caricias o halagos v.
    engatusar v.
    halagar v.
    roncear v.
    kəʊks

    to coax somebody/something INTO -ING: I coaxed the child into going to bed convencí al niño para que se acostara; I coaxed the animal into the cage con paciencia logré que el animal se metiera en la jaula; to coax somebody TO + INF: she coaxed them to eat con paciencia intentó que comieran; to coax something FROM o OUT OF somebody sonsacarle* algo a alguien; a coaxing voice — una voz persuasiva

    [kǝʊks]
    VT

    to coax sb into/out of doing sth — engatusar a algn para que haga/no haga algo

    * * *
    [kəʊks]

    to coax somebody/something INTO -ING: I coaxed the child into going to bed convencí al niño para que se acostara; I coaxed the animal into the cage con paciencia logré que el animal se metiera en la jaula; to coax somebody TO + INF: she coaxed them to eat con paciencia intentó que comieran; to coax something FROM o OUT OF somebody sonsacarle* algo a alguien; a coaxing voice — una voz persuasiva

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    transitive verb

    coax somebody into doing something — jemanden herumkriegen (ugs.), etwas zu tun

    coax a smile/some money out of somebody — jemandem ein Lächeln/etwas Geld entlocken

    * * *
    [kəuks]
    (to persuade by flattery, by patient and gentle treatment etc: He coaxed her into going to the dance by saying she was the best dancer he knew; He coaxed some money out of his mother.) beschwatzen
    * * *
    [kəʊks, AM koʊks]
    vt
    to \coax sb to do [or into doing] sth jdn dazu bringen [o überreden], etw zu tun
    to \coax a smile out of sb jdm ein Lächeln entlocken
    to \coax £10 out of sb jdm 10 Pfund abschwatzen fam
    * * *
    [kəʊks]
    vt
    überreden

    to coax sb into doing sthjdn beschwatzen (inf) or dazu bringen, etw zu tun

    he coaxed the engine into life —

    you have to coax the firedu musst dem Feuer ein bisschen nachhelfen

    * * *
    coax1 [kəʊks]
    A v/t
    1. coax sb to do sth jemanden überreden oder dazu bringen, etwas zu tun;
    coax sb into doing sth jemanden rumkriegen, etwas zu tun
    2. sich etwas erschmeicheln:
    coax sth from ( oder out of) sb jemandem etwas ablocken oder abschwatzen
    he coaxed the fire to burn mit Geduld und Spucke brachte er das Feuer in Gang umg
    4. obs jemanden liebkosen
    5. obs jemanden täuschen
    B v/i seine ganze Überredungskunst aufbieten
    coax2 [ˈkəʊæks] s ELEK umg Koaxialkabel n
    * * *
    transitive verb

    coax a smile/some money out of somebody — jemandem ein Lächeln/etwas Geld entlocken

    * * *
    n.
    Koaxialkabel n. (s.o. into doing sth.) v.
    beschwatzen (etwas zu tun) v. (s.o. to do sth.) v.
    beschwatzen (etwas zu tun) v. v.
    gut zureden ausdr.
    schmeicheln v.

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  • 3 coax

    [kəʊks]
    verbo transitivo persuadere, convincere, blandire

    to coax sb. to do o into doing sth. convincere qcn. a fare qcs.; to coax sth. out of sb. — riuscire a farsi dare qcs. da qcn

    * * *
    [kəuks]
    (to persuade by flattery, by patient and gentle treatment etc: He coaxed her into going to the dance by saying she was the best dancer he knew; He coaxed some money out of his mother.) persuadere
    * * *
    coax
    abbr.
    (elettr., coaxial / cable/) (cavo) coassiale.
    (to) coax /kəʊks/
    v. t. e i.
    blandire; persuadere con le buone; convincere con paziente insistenza
    to coax sb. into doing st., convincere q. con blandizie (moine, ecc.) a fare qc. to coax sb. out of doing st., convincere con le buone q. a non fare qc. to coax st. out of sb., ottenere qc. da q. con blandizie.
    * * *
    [kəʊks]
    verbo transitivo persuadere, convincere, blandire

    to coax sb. to do o into doing sth. convincere qcn. a fare qcs.; to coax sth. out of sb. — riuscire a farsi dare qcs. da qcn

    English-Italian dictionary > coax

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    {kouks}
    v придумвам, склонявам, убеждавам (с нежност, търпение, постоянство), I was COAXed into coming придумаха ме да дойда
    to COAX something from/out of someone успявам да взема/издействувам нещо от някого (чрез ласкателство и пр.)
    to COAX a fire to burn успявам с голямо търпение да разпаля огън
    * * *
    {kouks} v придумвам, склонявам, убеждавам (с нежност, тьрпение,
    * * *
    увещавам; убеждавам; примамвам; придумвам; прилъгвам; изврънквам; лаская;
    * * *
    1. to coax a fire to burn успявам с голямо търпение да разпаля огън 2. to coax something from/out of someone успявам да взема/издействувам нещо от някого (чрез ласкателство и пр.) 3. v придумвам, склонявам, убеждавам (с нежност, търпение, постоянство), i was coaxed into coming придумаха ме да дойда
    * * *
    coax [kouks] I. v 1. придумвам, уговарям, убеждавам, увещавам; I \coaxed him into talking about himself предразположих го да говори за себе си; it took a lot of \coaxing before he consented трябваше дълго да бъде увещаван, докато склони; to \coax a child to sleep приспивам дете; 2. лаская, примамвам, прилъгвам; измъквам (информация, съгласие); to \coax a grudging consent придумвам да се съгласи, макар и неохотно; she \coaxed him out of his bad temper тя успя да повдигне настроението му; to \coax (up) the fire раздухвам полека огъня; 3. коткам, работя внимателно и леко (с машина), за да постигна желания ефект; II. n човек, който умее да увещава (убеждава) или да издейства нещо.

    English-Bulgarian dictionary > coax

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    Англо-русский синонимический словарь > coax

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    [kəuks]
    coax воен. пулемет комплексной установки coax добиться (чего-л.) с помощью уговоров, лести (into, out of); he was coaxed into coming here его упросили прийти сюда coax упрашивать (лаской, терпеливо и т. п.), уговаривать; задабривать; she coaxed the child to take the medicine она уговорила ребенка принять лекарство coax человек, который умеет упросить, убедить to coax (smth.) out (of smb.) добиться лаской (чего-л. от кого-л.) to coax the fire into burning терпеливо разжигать огонь coax добиться (чего-л.) с помощью уговоров, лести (into, out of); he was coaxed into coming here его упросили прийти сюда coax упрашивать (лаской, терпеливо и т. п.), уговаривать; задабривать; she coaxed the child to take the medicine она уговорила ребенка принять лекарство

    English-Russian short dictionary > coax

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    coax coax verb • coax sb (into doing sth) | coax sb (into / out of sth) to persuade sb to do sth by talking to them in a kind and gentle way • 哄劝;劝诱 【SYN】 cajole: ▪ [VN]
    »She coaxed the horse into coming a little closer.
    她哄着那匹马让它再靠近了一点。
    »He was coaxed out of retirement to help the failing company.
    他退休之后又被力劝出山帮助濒临破产的公司。
    »She had to coax the car along.
    她得耐着性子发动汽车往前开。
    ▪ [V speech]
    »ˈNearly there,ˈ she coaxed.
    "快要到啦。"她哄着说。
    ▪ [also VN speech] 【PHR V】 coax sth out of / from sb • to gently persuade sb to do sth or give you sth • 哄劝;哄诱得到:
    »The director coaxed a brilliant performance out of the cast.
    导演花言巧语地说服演员组作了一场精彩的表演。
    * * *
    =Coaxial Cable 同軸電纜

    English-Chinese dictionary > COAX

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    coax coax verb • coax sb (into doing sth) | coax sb (into / out of sth) to persuade sb to do sth by talking to them in a kind and gentle way • 哄劝;劝诱 【SYN】 cajole: ▪ [VN]
    »She coaxed the horse into coming a little closer.
    她哄着那匹马让它再靠近了一点。
    »He was coaxed out of retirement to help the failing company.
    他退休之后又被力劝出山帮助濒临破产的公司。
    »She had to coax the car along.
    她得耐着性子发动汽车往前开。
    ▪ [V speech]
    »ˈNearly there,ˈ she coaxed.
    "快要到啦。"她哄着说。
    ▪ [also VN speech] 【PHR V】 coax sth out of / from sb • to gently persuade sb to do sth or give you sth • 哄劝;哄诱得到:
    »The director coaxed a brilliant performance out of the cast.
    导演花言巧语地说服演员组作了一场精彩的表演。
    * * *
    [kәuks]
    v. 哄, 耐心使...

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    English-French dictionary > coax

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    [English Word] be coaxed
    [Swahili Word] -bembelezwa
    [Part of Speech] verb
    [Class] passive
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    [English Word] be coaxed
    [Swahili Word] -shawishiwa
    [Part of Speech] verb
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    [English Word] coax
    [Swahili Word] -bemba
    [Part of Speech] verb
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    [English Word] coax
    [Swahili Word] -bembeleza
    [Part of Speech] verb
    [Derived Word] bemba
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    [English Word] coax
    [Swahili Word] -dekeza
    [Part of Speech] verb
    [Class] causative
    [Swahili Example] kazi yake ni kukaribisha, kustarehesha, kutumbuiza, kudekeza abiria [Ya]
    ------------------------------------------------------------
    [English Word] coax
    [Swahili Word] -gunga
    [Part of Speech] verb
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    [English Word] coax
    [Swahili Word] -shawishi
    [Part of Speech] verb
    [Derived Word] Arabic
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    [English Word] obtain by coaxing
    [Swahili Word] -bembejea
    [Part of Speech] verb
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    English-Swahili dictionary > coax

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    coax vtr cajoler [person] ; attirer [qch] par la ruse [animal] ; to coax sb to do ou into doing sth persuader qn (gentiment) de faire qch ; to coax sth out of sb réussir à tirer qch de qn ; to coax sb out of a bad mood parvenir à dérider qn à force de cajoleries ; to coax a car into starting bichonner une voiture pour qu'elle démarre ; ‘do come,’ he coaxed ‘allez, viens,’ dit-il d'une manière câline.

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  • 12 coax

    /kouks/ * động từ - dỗ, dỗ ngọt, nói ngọt, vỗ về, tán tỉnh =to coax a child to take his medicine+ dỗ đứa trẻ uống thuốc =to coax something out of somebody+ dỗ ngọt được của ai cái gì, tán tỉnh được cái gì của ai =to coax somebody into doing something+ tán ai làm gì =to coax fire to light+ cời lửa cho cháy =to coax key into lock+ lựa khoá vào ổ

    English-Vietnamese dictionary > coax

  • 13 coax

    I [kəuks] 1. гл.
    1) убеждать, упрашивать, уговаривать

    He tried to coax me, but I said we had to part. — Он пытался уговорить меня, но я сказала, что нам нужно расстаться.

    Syn:
    2) добиваться чего-л. с помощью уговоров, лести

    to coax smb. into doing smth. — уговорами, лестью заставить кого-л. сделать что-л.

    to coax smth. out of smb. — уговорами добиваться чего-л. от кого-л.; вытягивать что-л. из кого-л.

    She could coax answers to very personal questions out of people. — Она умела вытягивать из людей ответы на самые личные вопросы.

    I urged him, coaxed him and finally begged him to tell me the truth. — Я просил, уговаривал, наконец, умолял его сказать мне правду.

    Syn:
    2. сущ.
    1) человек, который может убедить, уговорить

    He held out by turns coaxes and threats. — Он чередовал мягкие убеждения с угрозами.

    II ['kəuæks] сущ.; тех.; сокр. от coaxial cable; = co-ax III ['kəuæks] сущ.; воен.; сокр. от coaxial machine-gun; = co-ax

    Англо-русский современный словарь > coax

  • 14 coax

    coax [kəυks]
    1. v
    1) упра́шивать ( терпеливо и т.п.); угова́ривать; зада́бривать;

    she coaxed the child to take the medicine она́ уговори́ла ребёнка приня́ть лека́рство

    2) доби́ться чего́-л. с по́мощью угово́ров, ле́сти (into, out of);

    he was coaxed into coming here его́ упроси́ли прийти́ сюда́

    ;

    to coax smth. out of smb. доби́ться ла́ской и т.п. чего́-л. от кого́-л.

    ;

    to coax the fire into burning терпели́во разжига́ть ого́нь

    2. n челове́к, кото́рый уме́ет упроси́ть, убеди́ть

    Англо-русский словарь Мюллера > coax

  • 15 coax

    1. [kəʋks] n
    1. разг.
    1) лиса, подлиза
    2) льстивая, вкрадчивая речь
    2. воен. жарг. пулемёт комплексной установки
    2. [kəʋks] v
    1) уговаривать, задабривать, улещивать

    to coax smb. out of his money - выманить у кого-л. деньги

    2) добиваться (чего-л.) с помощью лести, уговоров

    to coax a secret out of smb. - подольститься к кому-л. и выпытать секрет

    3) терпеливо добиваться (чего-л.)

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    English-Russian electronics dictionary > coax

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    The New English-Russian Dictionary of Radio-electronics > coax

  • 18 coax

    [kəʊks, Am koʊks] vt
    to \coax sb to do [or into doing] sth jdn dazu bringen [o überreden], etw zu tun;
    to \coax a smile out of sb jdm ein Lächeln entlocken;
    to \coax £10 out of sb jdm 10 Pfund abschwatzen ( fam)

    English-German students dictionary > coax

  • 19 coax

    kəuks
    1. гл.
    1) убеждать, упрашивать( лаской, терпеливо и т. п.), уговаривать He tried to coax me, but I said we had to part. ≈ Он пытался уговорить меня, но сказала, что нам нужно расстаться. Syn: induce, fondle, pet
    2) выманивать лестью, добиться чего-л. с помощью уговоров, лести (into, out of) Syn: argue
    4), wheedle
    2. сущ.
    1) человек, который может убедить/уговорить
    2) убедительная речь He held out by turns coaxes and threats. ≈ Он чередовал мягкие убеждения с угрозами. (разговорное) лиса, подлиза( разговорное) льстивая, вкрадчивая речь (военное) (жаргон) пулемет комплексной установки уговаривать, задабривать, улещивать - to * smb. out of his money выманивать деньги добиваться с помощью лести, уговоров - to * a secret out of smb. подольститься и выпытать секрет терпеливо добиваться - to * a fire to burn терпеливо разжигать огонь coax воен. пулемет комплексной установки ~ добиться (чего-л.) с помощью уговоров, лести (into, out of) ;
    he was coaxed into coming here его упросили прийти сюда ~ упрашивать( лаской, терпеливо и т. п.), уговаривать;
    задабривать;
    she coaxed the child to take the medicine она уговорила ребенка принять лекарство ~ человек, который умеет упросить, убедить to ~ (smth.) out (of smb.) добиться лаской (чего-л. от кого-л.) to ~ the fire into burning терпеливо разжигать огонь ~ добиться (чего-л.) с помощью уговоров, лести (into, out of) ;
    he was coaxed into coming here его упросили прийти сюда ~ упрашивать (лаской, терпеливо и т. п.), уговаривать;
    задабривать;
    she coaxed the child to take the medicine она уговорила ребенка принять лекарство

    Большой англо-русский и русско-английский словарь > coax

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    [kəuks]
    (to persuade by flattery, by patient and gentle treatment etc: He coaxed her into going to the dance by saying she was the best dancer he knew; He coaxed some money out of his mother.) premamiti
    * * *
    I [kouks]
    intransitive verb & transitive verb
    laskati; dobrikati se; (pri)mamiti, prilizovati se
    to coax s.o. into doing s.th. — z dobrikanjem koga pripraviti, da kaj naredi
    II [kouks]
    noun
    laskanje, prilizovanje; see coaxer

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