|EXPAND YOUR VERB POWER
The correct answer is persuade.
D. present formally
The correct answer is (A) To persuade (to do); to prevail on; to bring about; to give rise to; to cause.
Induce comes from Latin in (in)+ ducere (to lead).
Examples of use:
- Nothing will induce me to leave.
- A glass of wine or two before bedtime sometimes can induce sleep.