English - Vietnamese Dictionary
+make (someone) agree, understand, or realize the truth or validity of something
Advanced English Dictionary
win over, talk into, persuade, bring (a)round, sway:
I have at last convinced them of the need for more resources.
+ adjectiveCollocation Dictionary
1 [not before noun] ~ (of sth / that ...) completely sure about sth: I am convinced of her innocence. + I am convinced that she is innocent. + Sam nodded but he didn't look convinced.
2 [only before noun] believing strongly in a particular religion or set of political ideas: a convinced Christian
appear, be, feel, seem, sound | become
She became convinced that something was wrong.
deeply, firmly | absolutely, completely, fully, quite, totally, utterly | increasingly | almost | by no means, not altogether, not entirely, not fully, not wholly | fairly | half
She was still only half convinced.
| apparently | clearly
He was convinced of her innocence.
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