- IPA[ˈswēt ˌtôk]
- insincerely praise (someone) in order to persuade them to do something
- insincere praise used to persuade someone to do something
verb: sweet-talk, 3rd person present: sweet-talks, gerund or present participle: sweet-talking, past tense: sweet-talked, past participle: sweet-talked
noun: sweet talk
- 1. insincerely praise (someone) in order to persuade them to do something detectives sweet-talked them into confessing
- 1. insincere praise used to persuade someone to do something she thought I was just giving her meaningless sweet talk
甜言蜜語你可以用 sweet words, 或是sweet talk (sweet-talk 是及物動詞)你都是被他的甜言蜜語給騙了。You have been...
"Talks the sweet talk, Walks the ugly walk". This is one characteristic common to many politicians.
...很花言巧語 You are such a sweet talker. You are good at sweet talks. 我們需要真誠的對待對方 We should be true to each other. We should...