[Word For Today] Entice

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Today, we’ll learn the new word ‘entice’.

Word For Today:

aggravate _'ægrəveɪt_ (1)

Translations of entice in different languages:


How is entice used?

v.     to persuade someone to do something or go somewhere, usually by offering them something that they want

  • People are enticed away from government jobs by higher salaries.
  • The birds were enticed back into Britain 40 years ago.

Phrase: entice sb/sth to do sth

Our special offers are intended to entice people to buy.


Fill in the blanks with the correct form of ‘entice’.

1. Individuals or families were _______ to spy upon one another.

2. The idea of giving up sounds _______ but would be a mistake.


Can you use it to make a sentence?

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