tempt (one) to (do something)(redirected from tempt somebody to do)
tempt (one) to (do something)
To entice or allure one to do something. A: "Could I tempt you to join our company?" B: "No thanks, I'm very happy in my current job." The promise of adventure and a guaranteed job placement is tempting me to move to Japan to teach English.
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tempt someone to do something
to entice someone to do something. You can't tempt me to eat any of that cake! I wasn't even tempted to go into town with the others.
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