Hindi translation of 'convince'
convince /kənˈvɪns कनˈव़िन्स्/
Word forms: convinces, convincing, convinced
1. transitive verb
If someone or something convinces you of something, they make you believe that it is true or that it exists.
I convinced him of my innocence.
convince someone of something
convinced by something/someone
convinced by the argument/evidence
convinced of the merit/importance
convince the public/electorate/jury
He became convinced that she was lying.
2. transitive verb
If someone or something convinces you to do something, they persuade you to do it.
I convinced him to take the job.
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Example Sentences Including 'convince'
I was always having to convince stuck-up city girls that I wasn't making the Kingdom up.LIRAEL: DAUGHTER OF THE CLAYR (2001)
Pendlebury, who had spent half an hour trying to convince Fortyne of the appalling danger they were facing, made a wry face.The Scar
To convince the workers at M-8389, to convince the investigators.CHAMELEON (2002)
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'convince' in Other Languages
- Arabic: يُقْنِعُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: convencer
- Chinese: 信服
- Croatian: uvjeriti
- Czech: přesvědčit přesvědčovat
- Danish: overbevise
- Dutch: overtuigen
- European Spanish: convencer
- Finnish: vakuuttaa saada vakuuttuneeksi
- French: convaincre
- German: überzeugen
- Greek: πείθω
- Italian: convincere
- Japanese: 確信させる
- Korean: 납득시키다
- Norwegian: overbevise
- Polish: przekonać przekonywać
- Portuguese: convencer
- Romanian: a convinge
- Russian: убеждать
- Spanish: convencer
- Swedish: övertyga
- Thai: โน้มน้าว
- Turkish: inandırmak
- Ukrainian: переконувати переконати
- Vietnamese: thuyết phục
Translation of convince from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary