A business woman tries to persuade her coworkers.
An example of persuade is when you make a strong argument for why your idea is right and your argument convinces your boss to implement your idea.
transitive verb-·suad′ed, -·suad′ing
- to cause to do something by reasoning, urging, or inducement; prevail upon
- to induce to believe something; convince
Origin of persuadeMiddle French persuader from Classical Latin persuadere from per-, intensive + suadere, to urge: see suasion
transitive verbper·suad·ed, per·suad·ing, per·suades
Origin of persuadeLatin persuādēre per- per- suādēre to urge ; see swād- in Indo-European roots.
(third-person singular simple present persuades, present participle persuading, simple past and past participle persuaded)
From Latin persuÄdeÅ (“I persuade").