English translation of 'incitation'
1. (= encouragement) incentive
incitation fiscale tax incentive
incitation financière financial incentive
2. (= provocation) incitement
incitation à la haine raciale incitement to racial hatred
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Les jeunes héros y voient une nouvelle incitation à s'enrichir rapidement, que ce soit en grattant ou en volant.Le Monde (2001)
On peut les soupçonner d'ajuster une mesure antivol attendue par tous à l'incitation à l'achat de nouveaux portables.Le Nouvel Observateur (2002)
Quelle mesure fiscale, quelle incitation A la recherche auraient abouti aux memes résultats ?L'avenir en face
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'incitation' in Other Languages
British English: incitement NOUN
If someone is accused of incitement to violent or illegal behaviour, they are accused of encouraging people to behave in that way.
The law forbids incitement to violence.
British English: inducement NOUN
If someone is offered an inducement to do something, they are given or promised gifts or benefits in order to persuade them to do it.
They offer every inducement to foreign businesses to invest in their states.
British English: spur NOUN
Something that acts as a spur to something else encourages a person or organization to do that thing or makes it happen more quickly.
...a belief in competition as a spur to efficiency.
Translation of incitation from the Collins French to English Dictionary
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