आकर्षित करना 的英语 翻译
आकर्षित करना/akarshita karana/
1. appeal 非及物动词, 不可数名词
If something appeals to you, or if it has appeal, you find it attractive or interesting.
The idea appealed to him. ...tiny dolls with great appeal to young girls.
2. attract 及物动词
If someone or something attracts you, they have qualities which make it easy for you to like or admire them.
The theory attracted him by its logic. What first attracted me to her was her wide experience of life.
3. attract 及物动词
If something attracts attention, publicity, or support, it gets it.
He wants to attract investment from private companies.
4. attract 及物动词
If something magnetic attracts an object, it causes the object to move towards it.
5. beckon 非及物动词
If something beckons, it is so attractive that you want to become involved in it.
...the warm bars and restaurants now beckoned.
6. catch 及物动词
If something catches your attention or your eye, you notice it or become interested in it.
7. charm 及物动词
If you charm someone, you please them by using your charm.
He charmed all of us.
8. fascinate 及物动词
If something or someone fascinates you, you find them extremely interesting.
Politics fascinated Franklin's father.
9. hold 及物动词
If you hold someone's interest or attention, you keep them interested.
The book is sure to hold children's attention.
10. lure 及物动词
To lure someone means to trick them into a particular place or to trick them into doing something that they should not do.
They were being lured into a trap.
11. seduce 及物动词
If something seduces you, it is so attractive that it tempts you to do something that you would not normally approve of.
We are seduced into buying all these brilliantly packaged items.
12. tempt 及物动词
Something that tempts you attracts you and makes you want it, even though it may be wrong or harmful.
These young people may be easily tempted into crime. Don't be tempted into buying something you can't afford.
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आकर्षित करना 的翻译—— 柯林斯 印地语到英语
The moon is at the forefront of our minds as we celebrate the 50th anniversary of Neil Armstrong’s ‘small step’ on 20th July, 1969. This month, we’ve been exploring lunar terminology, as well as looking at how the moon has woven itself into the fabric of our everyday language.