convincing

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Englisch - Türkisch
ikna edici

Bu çok ikna edici görünmüyor. - That doesn't sound very convincing.

Tom oldukça ikna edici olabilir. - Tom can be pretty convincing.

{s} inandırıcı

Bu çok inandırıcı değildi. - That wasn't very convincing.

O çok inandırıcı değildi, değil mi? - That wasn't very convincing, was it?

{i} ikna

Tom'u yardım etmeye ikna etme sorunum vardı. - I had trouble convincing Tom to help.

Tom'u gelmeye ikna etme sorunum vardı. - I had trouble convincing Tom to come.

{s} tatmin edici
cerbezeli
inandırarak
{i} inandırma
{f} inandır

Çok inandırıcı görünmüyor. - It doesn't look too convincing.

O oldukça inandırıcı. - It's pretty convincing.

ikna et

Tom'u gelmeye ikna etme sorunum vardı. - I had trouble convincing Tom to come.

Tom'u doğru şeyi yapması için ikna etmek zordu. - Convincing Tom to do the right thing was hard.

(isim) ikna
convince
kandırmak
convince
{f} inandırmak
convince
{f} ikna etmek

Jack'i ikna etmek zordur. - It is hard to convince Jack.

Onu ikna etmek kolay olmadı. - It was not easy to convince him.

convincing proof
ikna edici delil
convincing proof
kanıt
conclusive, final; convincing (law)
kesin, nihai, tatmin edici (hukuk)
convince
ikna et

O, Tom'la evlenmemesi için kızını ikna etti. - He convinced his daughter to not marry Tom.

Kanıt bizi onun masumluğuna ikna etti. - The evidence convinced us of his innocence.

convince
razı etmek
convince
kafalamak
in a convincing manner}
inandırıcı bir şekilde içinde
be convincing
ikna edici olmak
convince
convinced emin
convince
kani convincing inandırıcı
convincingly
ikna edici bir şekilde

Alman futbol takımı ikna edici bir şekilde Brezilya'yı yendi. - The German soccer team beat Brazil convincingly.

Avukat müvekkili adına ikna edici bir şekilde konuştu. - The lawyer spoke convincingly on behalf of his client.

Englisch - Englisch
Present participle of convince
Effective as proof or evidence

Our convincing evidence was sufficient in the end to convince the judge.

{s} persuasive, influential
causing one to believe the truth of something; "a convincing story"; "a convincing manner"
{i} persuasion, influencing, swaying
If you describe someone or something as convincing, you mean that they make you believe that a particular thing is true, correct, or genuine. Scientists say there is no convincing evidence that power lines have anything to do with cancer He sounded very convincing. unconvincing + convincingly con·vinc·ing·ly He argued forcefully and convincingly that they were likely to bankrupt the budget unconvincingly
capable of convincing or persuading; "a convincing argument"
causing one to believe the truth of something; "a convincing story"; "a convincing manner
convictive
clear and convincing evidence
A legal standard for deciding the outcome of a dispute, based on evidence that clearly indicates that a claim is more likely to be true than not, without needing to eliminate all doubt
convince
To overcome, conquer, vanquish
convince
To confute (someone); to prove (someone) wrong; to overcome (someone) in argument
convincing.
concludent
convince
{v} to make one sensible of, to prove
convincingly
{a} without room to doubt, fully
convince
To make someone believe, or feel sure about something, especially by using logic, argument or evidence
convince
make (someone) agree, understand, or realize the truth or validity of something; "He had finally convinced several customers of the advantages of his product"
convince
If someone or something convinces you to do something, they persuade you to do it. That weekend in Plattsburgh, he convinced her to go ahead and marry Bud. = persuade
convince
To prove guilty; to convict
convince
If someone or something convinces you of something, they make you believe that it is true or that it exists. Although I soon convinced him of my innocence, I think he still has serious doubts about my sanity The waste disposal industry is finding it difficult to convince the public that its operations are safe
convince
To overcome by argument; to force to yield assent to truth; to satisfy by proof
convince
To confute; to prove the fallacy of
convince
To overpower; to overcome; to subdue or master
convince
{f} persuade, convict, influence
convincingly
persuasively, in a convincing manner
convincingly
in a convincing manner; in a manner to compel assent
convincingly
in a convincing manner; "he argued convincingly
convincingly
In a convincing manner}
convincingly
in a convincing manner; "he argued convincingly"
the burden of convincing
obligation placed on one side of a lawsuit to persuade that their story is correct
convincing
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