副词:cajolingly 名词:cajoler 动词过去式:cajoled 过去分词:cajoled 现在分词:cajoling 第三人称单数:cajoles
v [Tn, Tn.pr]
(a) ~ sb(into/out of sth); ~ sb (into/out of doing sth) persuade sb (to do sth) by flattery or deceit; coax sb 哄骗某人（作某事）; 劝诱某人
*She was cajoled into (accepting) a new contract. 她受人哄骗而接受了新合同.
(b) ~ sth out of sb get (information, etc) from sb in this way 以上述手段从某人处得到（信息等）
*The confession had to be cajoled out of him. 连哄带劝他才坦白.
v [I and T]
[Date: 1600-1700; Language: French;Origin: cajoler 'to make noises like a bird in a cage, cajole', from Old North French gaiole 'birdcage', from Latin cavea; CAGE1]
to gradually persuade someone to do something by being nice to them, or making promises to them
cajole sb into doing sth
Aid workers do their best to cajole rich countries into helping.