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induce (verb), induces; induced; inducing
1. To lead a person by persuasion or some influence to take action or to do something: The President's arguments induced Senator Monroe to vote against a new tax increase.

The company's higher wages were actually inducing employees to work harder so their products could bring in more profits.

The day's hard work induced Patrick to go to sleep much faster when he went to bed.

2. To introduce or to bring a person into the knowledge of something; to initiate, to instruct: More people were induced to buy real estate, or houses, when they saw the interest rates go down.

The warnings on cigarette packages has failed to induce millions of people to quit smoking.

To lead or to influence someone to do something by persuasion.
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To influence or to persuade someone to take action or to do something. (1)