- n.诱惑力，魅力; 吸引力
Each resort has its own attractions and each country its own allure.
Professor Dunbar said the reason could be the allure of a good background.
The depressed economy has increased the allure of the jobs offered by the military.
He was struck by Madeline's almost blatant allure.
Empty hands no hawks allure.
In order to allure more customers, we've stocked all types of cr è me.
Its adherents dominate corporate board rooms, and its allure motivates countless entrepreneurs.
This is a field that provides allure extremely really.
For Zhang, the allure of the suburbs soon waned.
Also, there is no shortage of it in China, which tarnishes its allure.
而且, 中国也不缺少铝, 这使得铝业务失去了吸引力.
But there's no reason to abandon your newfound allure in some empty hotel room.
He generally shunned the traps there were laid to allure him into discussion.
The beautiful beaches of Hawaii allure many tourists from the mainland of the United States.
About liquid crystal respect, low liquid crystal has again, and the product has allure very much.
关于液晶方面, 低价液晶又有一家, 并且产品非常有诱惑力.
He's an excellent actor, but he doesn't have the sexual allure that the role requires.
The allure of the moonlIt'swimming pool proved too much for him.
The allure of the Chinese market is powerful for U.
Vacations have lost their allure, and I hesitate to leave town.
The window displays allure customers to buy goods.
The dollar's global allure , though, also tends to push up its exchange rate against other currencies.
Already the allure of meals in restaurants had begun to pall.
He can't resist the allure of the pretty waitress.
the allure of the big city
It's a game that has really lost its allure.
Amid all the changes, Antarctica maintains its allure.
This is a sign of the continued allure of creating scientific correlations across borders.
2019年6月六级真题（第二套）听力 Section C收起真题例句
1. the power to entice or attract through personal charm
1. dispose or incline or entice to;
"We were tempted by the delicious-looking food"