名词:seducer 动词过去式:seduced 过去分词:seduced 现在分词:seducing 第三人称单数:seduces 形容词:seduceable
ducc＝to lead（领导） 变化型 duct
/sɪ'dju:s; [US] -'du:s; sɪ`dus/
1 [Tn] tempt (esp sb younger or less experienced) to have sexual intercourse 引诱（尤指年轻或无经验的人）性交
*He's trying to seduce his secretary. 他竭力勾引他的秘书.
* (fig 比喻) Men are seduced (ie charmed) by her beauty and wit. 她才貌双全倾倒众生.
2 [Tn, Tn.pr] ~ sb (from sth); ~ sb (into sth/doing sth) (fml 文) persuade sb to do sth wrong, or sth he would not normally do, esp by offering sth desirable as a reward, etc 唆使某人做坏事或不至于做的事（尤指提供好处）
*I won't be seduced from my duty. 我不会受人怂恿做渎职的事.
* Higher salaries are seducing many teachers into industry. 在高薪利诱之下, 许多教师改行进入工业界.
* I let myself be seduced into buying a new car. 我情不自禁买了一辆新汽车.
[Date: 1400-1500; Language: Latin;Origin: seducere 'to lead away', from ducere 'to lead']
to persuade someone to have sex with you, especially in a way that is attractive and not too direct
The head lecturer was sacked for seducing female students.
Are you trying to seduce me?
to make someone want to do something by making it seem very attractive or interesting to them
I was young and seduced by New York.
seduce sb into doing sth
Leaders are people who can seduce other people into sharing their dream.
1. Why? I´ve got to teach him a lesson because he always tries to seduce my fiancee. 为什么?我必须给他一个教训,因为他老是试图勾引我的未婚妻.