German translation of 'lure'
- (= bait)
- (= person) (for hawk)
- (figurative) [of city, sea etc]
⇒ the lure of the wild
der lockende Ruf der Wildnis
- (= bait)
⇒ to lure sb away from sth
jdn von etw weglocken
⇒ to lure sb/an animal into a trap
jdn/ein Tier in eine Falle locken
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Example Sentences Including 'lure'
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The company is made up of dancers who usually come from smaller companies, lured by the possibility of dancing solo roles.The Times Literary Supplement (2008)
This has been interpreted as a human being wearing an animal skin, playing music to lure the game into his sights, but he is still a mystery.The Times Literary Supplement (2012)
Investors were lured with the promise of high returns at low risk.Times, Sunday Times (2011)
Today hairdressing needs to prise young people away from the lure of university degrees.Times, Sunday Times (2006)
But the biggest one is luring him back home.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
Clearly, politics exercises a strong lure.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
Many have been recruited forcibly, while others have run away from home, lured by the promise of food.Times, Sunday Times (2011)
The man was pretending to lure me away using a squeaky rubber duck.The Sun (2016)
This time drivers could find the lure of cheaper premiums too hard to resist.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
We reckon our top tips could lure viewers back in their droves in no time.The Sun (2012)
Then there is the lure of life in London.The Sun (2016)
France moved to capitalise on Brexit yesterday with the launch of a scheme to lure businesses away from the City.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
It could be that British history lures us back.The Sun (2014)
It has accused them of conducting an unlawful conspiracy to lure away its staff and clients.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
It is not simply a question of luring back British officials from Brussels.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
Many beautiful women are lured by promises of riches into making sordid films.The Sun (2006)
The lure of a big cash payout is sometimes too great to resist.The Sun (2015)
The smartphone game Pokémon Go has been credited with improving the health of its players by luring them away from computer screens and into the real world.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
The voters who the leadership rivals are trying to lure back to Labour are not only bored but actively hostile.The Sun (2010)
The lure of British life is strong.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
The lure of gang life competes fiercely with the appeal of graduation.Christianity Today (2000)
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'lure' in Other Languages
British English: lure VERB
To lure someone means to trick them into a particular place or to trick them into doing something that they should not do.
He feared he might be lured into a trap.
British English: lure NOUN
A lure is an object which is used to attract animals so that they can be caught.
Translation of lure from the Collins English to German Dictionary