- anghymellperswadio i beidiodissuadesdissuading
Verb(1) turn away from by persuasion
(1) I had, of course, tried to dissuade him, if only for his own safety, but he would have none of it.(2) his friends tried to dissuade him from flying(3) When she had made up her mind on something it was quite hard to dissuade her from the course she had chosen.(4) There are, of course, some writers who would dissuade us from imagining any radical change in this area at all.(5) The less frequent services combined with the theory of ├ö├ç├┐key interchange points├ö├ç├û will make personal journey times much longer and journeys more inconvenient, thus further dissuading people from using buses.(6) The MP said the government's policy of creating large dental centres away from most people's homes is dissuading potential patients from registering.(7) The officials, some speaking on condition of anonymity, said inspection leaders believe Iraq may be dissuading scientists from agreeing to confidential interviews despite its public promise to the contrary last Monday.(8) The pictures on their packaging are actually dissuading me from buying a product.(9) Jones claims it is dissuading people and families from England from even considering moving to Scotland.(10) Reducing the number of unplanned pregnancies and unwanted births requires far more than attempts at dissuading poor people from having sex.(11) Monuc does not intervene as a dissuasive force.(12) These fears may no longer be dissuading students from going abroad, as more juniors than usual will be studying abroad spring semester.(13) Her family feared for her life and tried dissuading her from contesting the elections.(14) She had warned the demon, dissuaded him till the very end when it had become so painfully clear that it had been all going wrong.(15) That didn't seem like much of a dissuader , so when I saw the album cover in the new releases I was intrigued.(16) Member States should provide for effective, proportionate and dissuasive sanctions in case of breaches of the obligations under this Directive.
1. discourage from ::
hannog i beidio
2. deter from ::
3. prevent from ::
4. divert from ::
gwyro oddi wrth
5. stop from ::
6. talk out of ::
siarad allan o
7. persuade against ::
8. advise against ::
cynghori yn erbyn
9. argue out of ::
yn dadlau y tu allan i
1. encourage ::
2. persuade ::
Different Formsdissuade, dissuaded, dissuades, dissuading
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I don't want to DISSUADE the other hunters.
Game of Thrones Season 5, Episode 2
But if your mind's made up,
I won't try and DISSUADE you.
Game of Thrones Season 5, Episode 3
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