Words Related to Agreement and Disagreement

Words Related to Agreement and Disagreement - Persuasion and Mediation 1

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Here you will learn some English words related to persuasion and mediation, such as "coax", "bribe", and "argue".
appealnoun

an act of persuasion by saying that something is reasonable or fair to do

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to appealverb

to attempt to persuade someone to do something by saying to them that it is reasonable or fair

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to arbitrateverb

to officially resolve a disagreement between people

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arbitrationnoun

the process in which a person is officially appointed to act as a judge and settle an argument

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arbitratornoun

someone who is appointed to resolve a disagreement

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to argueverb

to provide reasons when saying something is the case, particularly to persuade others that one is right

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to argue intoverb

‌to persuade someone to do something by providing them with reasons

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to argue outverb

‌to persuade someone to not do something by providing reasons for them

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arm-twistingnoun

the act of forcing someone, sometimes even physically, to do something

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to beat downverb

to persuade a person to lower the price of something particular

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blandishmentsnoun

nice things that are done for someone or said to them to persuade them to do something particular

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bribe
bribenoun

an amount of money or something of value given to someone in order to persuade them to do something that is illegal

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to bribe
to bribeverb

to persuade someone to do something, often illegal, by giving them an amount of money or something of value

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to bring roundverb

to persuade someone to do something or agree to something

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to bring togetherverb

to make people become closer together or become friendlier, or to help them end their argument

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carrotnoun

something offered to someone as a means of persuasion

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to coaxverb

to persuade by being kind and gentle

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coaxingadjective

persuasive in a gentle manner

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coaxingnoun

the act of gently persuading someone

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to convinceverb

to make someone feel certain about the truth of something

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convincingadjective

able to make someone believe that something is right or true

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cooling-off periodnoun

a period during which two opposing sides try to come to an agreement before taking any serious action

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to dangleverb

to persuade someone to do something by offering them something pleasant

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to dissuadeverb

to advise someone against something

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to encourageverb

to persuade a person to do something by making them think it is good for them or by making it easier

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to enticeverb

to persuade someone or something to do something specific, often by offering them what they desire

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to exhortverb

to work very hard at persuading someone into doing something

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exhortationnoun

the action or process of trying very hard to persuade someone to do something

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fence-mendingnoun

the act of trying to help opposing sides come to an agreement

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to getverb

to force or persuade someone to do a particular thing; to make something do something particular

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to get aroundverb

to persuade someone to do what one wants, often by doing things they like

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to get outverb

‌to get something through using force

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gift of gabnoun

an ability to easily and confidently speak to people and persuade them to do something particular

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to harangueverb

to give a speech that is lengthy, loud, and angry intending to either persuade or criticize

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haranguenoun

an angry speech that is loud and lengthy

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honest brokernoun

a country or someone who is unbiased and tries to help others come to an agreement

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to induceverb

to influence someone to do something particular

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inducementnoun

something given to someone in order to persuade or encourage them to do something particular

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to intercedeverb

to talk to someone in order to persuade them to help settle an argument or not to punish someone else

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intercessionnoun

the action of talking to someone so that they help settle an argument or show kindness to someone else

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to interest inverb

to try to persuade someone to do, eat, or buy something specific

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intermediarynoun

an organization or someone who helps others to reach an agreement

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intermediaryadjective

acting as a conversation medium between two groups of people so they can create an argument

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to interveneverb

to intentionally become involved in a difficult situation in order to improve it or prevent it from getting worse

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interventionnoun

involvement in a difficult situation in order to improve it or prevent it from getting worse

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to jolly intoverb

to encourage or persuade someone to do something by putting them in a good mood

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to lobbyverb

to make an attempt to persuade politicians to agree or disagree with a law being made or changed

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lobbyistnoun

someone who attempts to persuade politicians to agree or disagree with a law being made or changed

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to lureverb

to trick someone into doing something or going somewhere by offering them a reward or something interesting

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