Translation of blandishments in Spanish:


incentivos, n.

Pronunciation /ˈblandɪʃm(ə)nts/

plural noun

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    incentivos masculine
    • Despite all his blandishments, threats and persuasion, he did not get his heart's desire.
    • It should not be enough that he was subjected to blandishments and payment in order to persuade him to give evidence.
    • For the moment he has been resisting the president's blandishments and coaxing on the war policy.
    • Normally, the blandishments offered up by stars lauding their latest vehicle are just so much blah.
    • But please, please do not again fall for the blandishments of peer pressure without asking why.
    • The detainees resisted such standard blandishments as plea bargaining, cash, or relocation in the federal witness program.
    • However he was still able to offer blandishments to the bank.
    • The contestant's ingratiating blandishments are not a hit with everyone.
    • These made nascent officers less susceptible to blandishments from civilian projects.
    • The main character in the novel is unable to resist the blandishments of the wicked queen who offers him the most delicious candy in the world.
    • No wonder the free education generations have proven so susceptible to the party's blandishments.
    • We have become a nation of children, happy to surrender our judgments and our wills to political exhortations and commercial blandishments that would insult actual adults.
    • After spending the last few years trying to understand the pull of the material world, I am far more sympathetic to its blandishments and far more forgiving of its excesses.
    • Their own futures depend on sticking scrupulously to what the evidence will bear, whatever the political blandishments from above.
    • A few courageous legislators have withstood the health industry's blandishments and taken at least baby steps to modify the law.
    • Few present-day Green Party leaders seem willing to urge the Greens to forego the blandishments of a presidential campaign.
    • Such blandishments are difficult to catch, she said, and irresistible to rural voters.
    • Even after topping a shortlist of four, he resisted the company's blandishments.
    • He had simply fallen to the blandishments of others to procure a drug they were asking for.
    • That distortion makes us susceptible to the blandishments of our current leaders.
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    lisonjas feminine literary
    halagos masculine