Translation of charm offensive in Spanish:

charm offensive

ofensiva del encanto, n.

noun

  • 1

    ofensiva del encanto feminine
    to launch a charm offensive empezar a usar el encanto como táctica ofensiva
    • It was quite a charm offensive by the seasoned campaigner.
    • He left, having accomplished what I later realised was a retrospective charm offensive, aimed at persuading me that his show of aggression was an aberration.
    • The Prime Minister will today launch a charm offensive on the party's grass roots activists, praising them as the ‘biggest heroes’ in the party's first 100 years.
    • It's all in the semantics - what he's really doing is launching a charm offensive on the audience's collective intellect.
    • As he launches his charm offensive across Britain, the Prime Minister seems to have everything under control.
    • Today's interview appears to mark the beginning of a charm offensive, with the company unveiling a new ad campaign tomorrow.
    • The Prime Minister also insisted he was ‘very confident’ that a charm offensive would win over MPs opposed to new reforms, with plans to meet them in small groups over the coming days.
    • Well, I think it's the charm offensive beginning.
    • One critic, for example, has claimed: ‘The alarm bells have started ringing, the charm offensive is failing.’
    • The one child not entirely seduced by his charm offensive is Peter, a grave, pale lost boy overwhelmed by his father's death.
    • ‘That's too bad,’ he chuckles, before embarking on a charm offensive that would be outrageous if it wasn't offered up so humbly.
    • But the charm offensive may be fatally flawed from the outset by the intransigence within Number 10; the minister might have little more to offer.
    • Ministers are already being instructed to relaunch a charm offensive, hitting the boardrooms and factories regularly to sell the government's achievements.
    • The ham-fisted attempt at mounting a charm offensive spoke volumes about the Prime Minister's waning powers, but his allies remained defiantly unimpressed.
    • Senior ministers are already planning a nation-wide charm offensive that would see them take the message around the country that any tax cuts would require spending cuts.
    • I think there will be a little more of a charm offensive.
    • The charm offensive is working, but there's been no exhibition on the president's part of ideological flexibility.
    • Diffident, brusque and self-effacing to the point of invisibility, he was not the first person you would choose if you wanted to mount a charm offensive.
    • Sometimes a charm offensive can become plain offensive.
    • The final stage of a month-long police operation saw officers go on a charm offensive in a bid to ‘reclaim the streets’.