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in·duce
[in-doos, -dyoos]
VERB (USED WITH OBJECT) [IN·DUCED, IN·DUC·ING.]
1.
to lead or move by persuasion or influence, as to some action or state of mind: to induce a person to buy a raffle ticket.
2.
to bring about, produce, or cause: That medicine will induce sleep.
3.
to produce (an electric current) by induction.
4.
to assert or establish (a proposition about a class of phenomena) on the basis of observations on a number of particular facts.
5.
to increase expression of (a gene) by inactivating a negative control system or activating a positive control system; derepress.
6.
to stimulate the synthesis of (a protein, especially an enzyme) by increasing gene transcription.
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Induce definition, to lead or move by persuasion or influence, as to some action or state of mind: to induce a person to buy a raffle ticket. See more.

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To induce is to move or lead someone to action. A promise of a lollipop can induce a toddler to do just about anything, even sit down and be polite to Aunt Edna.

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Definition of induce - succeed in persuading or leading (someone) to do something, bring about or give rise to, bring on (the birth of a baby) artificial.

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The voltage of the induced current is in direct ratio to the number of turns of wire in the two coils.Schneider, Hermann & Schneider, Leo The Harper Dictionary of ...