the pleasures of city life lure him away from studies: những thú vui của thành thị quyến rũ anh mất cả học hành
lures|lur|lured|luringlʊr /ljʊə noun +qualities that attract by seeming to promise some kind of reward +anything that serves as an enticement +something used to lure victims into danger verb +provoke someone to do something through (often false or exaggerated) promises or persuasion
1 tempt, attract, induce, coax, inveigle, seduce, draw in, entice, lead on, decoy, charm, persuade, allure, catch:
She lured me into the trap of believing that she loved me.
Too many naïve people fall for the lure of easy money.
Advanced English Dictionary
verb, noun +verb[VN][usually +adv./prep.] (disapproving) to persuade or trick sb to go somewhere or to do sth by promising them a reward: The child was lured into a car but managed to escape. + Young people are lured to the city by the prospect of a job and money. +noun 1[usually sing.] the attractive qualities of sth: Few can resist the lure of adventure. 2 a thing that is used to attract fish or animals, so that they can be caught
Collocation Dictionary noun
VERB + LURE
She can't resist the lure of the bright lights.
He felt the lure of distant places.
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