discourage (someone) from (something)

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discourage (someone) from (something)

To dissuade or deter someone from doing something. I tried to discourage my daughter from going to that party, but of course she didn't listen to me.
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discourage someone from something

to dissuade someone from doing something. I hope I can discourage Tom from leaving. I do not want to discourage you from further experimentation.
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"These crimes will not get to the steadfastness of the our people, and will not discourage us from continuing to claim our legitimate national rights," Badwan said.
"The disgraceful behaviour against figures representing the emirates and the Coalition in [the province of] Hadramout and some southern areas will not discourage us from shouldering our mission," he said in a tweet.
'These cases will not discourage us from serving the people of Nueva Ecija,' Umali stressed, referring to charges stemming from his alleged misuse of P15 million of his Priority Development Assistance Fund when he was a lawmaker in 2005.
Illusionary beliefs can discourage us from wondering whether we would be happier single or with another person.
Reacting to an incident that nearly led to the lynching of a police officer in Accra on Monday, this week, he reiterated: 'The police service is not going to allow this to discourage us from performing our function.
Challenges are to be expected, but these should not hinder or discourage us from making the needed policy shifts to sustain investment and encourage innovation.
A high P/E ratio, therefore, should not discourage us from picking up a good stock.
American renewed efforts to discourage us from making the required tectonic shifts, thus not allowing Pakistan to restore the balance of power and allowing India-led actions to weaken us to an extent where we are forced to toe the line of the duo, is not being fully comprehended by our political and military leadership.
The psychological war against the Damascus government has failed to discourage us from fighting terrorism or even frighten us...
Neither body searches today nor imprisonment tomorrow will discourage us from a moderate Judaism free of religious coercion in the State of Israel.
Anything that happens in the next 100 days before the elections shouldn't discourage us from showing Nikola Gruevski on December 11 that we saw his true colors and expatriated quarter of the population abroad, so now is time he goes home", stressed Geroski.
His Royal Highness added that attempts at undermining national security will never on any day discourage us from boosting or consolidating security and stability under the leadership of HM King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa with the solidarity of our patriotic citizens and support from GCC brethren.
THE current economic climate may discourage us from thinking about Christmas for another two months or so, but now is the time to start marketing your empty shop for a temporary let over the Christmas period.
The ontological nature of our chance concept has developed to discourage us from using more "high tech" cognitive apparatus in contexts where it will be fruitless.
They added, "The arrest of lawmakers, Mohammad Abu Teir and Ahmad Attoun will not discourage us from continuing our strike."