English translation of 'cortejar'
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'cortejar' in Other Languages
British English: court VERB
To court a particular person, group, or country means to try to please them or improve your relations with them, often so that they will do something that you want them to do.
Both parties are courting former supporters of the presidential candidate.
British English: woo VERB
If you woo people, you try to encourage them to help you, support you, or vote for you, for example by promising them things which they would like.
They wooed customers by offering low interest rates.
Translation of cortejar from the Collins Portuguese to English Dictionary
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