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How to Pronounce induce?

Correct pronunciation for the word "induce" is [ɪndjˈuːs], [ɪndjˈuːs], [ɪ_n_d_j_ˈuː_s].

"Induce" in context

Inducement relates to a situation where one party influences another so that something will happen. It may refer to a situation where a business offers incentives for customers that purchase their product, or an individual that provides an attractive offer to another party in return for them performing a specified act. Inducement is an important tool for businesses as it can be used as a form of marketing to encourage customers to make purchases. Inducement is also used in various areas of law to encourage someone to enter into a contract or make a promise.

Usage over time for induce:

This graph shows how "induce" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.


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