- n.吸引力，魅力; 诱惑物; 诱饵
- vt.吸引，引诱; 用引诱物召回（猎鹰）
- 复数: lures;
- 第三人称单数: lures;
- 过去式: lured;
- 过去分词: lured;
- 现在分词: luring;
Finally, this article demonstrates the connection between spy lure and circumventive abetment.
Her winning ways were always enough to lure any man on.
For Mr McLean the lure was lower costs.
Cheese is really a good lure for mice.
The position, as such, doesn't appeal to him, but the salary is a lure.
Love is lure, also however have a love to resist lure to your strength.
Q Is there any government position that would lure you away from Google?
Helen's charming ways were always enough to lure any man on.
Private agencies lure away nurses with offers of higher pay.
Then he tied on a small silver 6 lure and practiced casting.
So this had been a trick to lure the tiger from the mountain! Zhu Laogong's lungs nearly burst with rage.
She couldn't withstand the lure of money and was dragged into the mire.
Learning can not corrupt of itself without power and lure.
Captive ducks or a dog were used to lure the birds into the trap.
Official efforts to lure manufacturers away from the coast have had mixed results.
The lure of profits over the past decade has drawn more lenders into the business.
The position, as such, does not appeal to him, but the salary is a lure.
An empty hand is no lure for a hawk.
He is not mature enough to resist the lure of alcohol and drugs.
His wrist was beginning to tire from working the heavy lure.
Since John is a womanizer, it is not difficult to bring him to the lure.
Don't lure him from his duty.
Don't you dare try to lure my new secretary away from the company — we value her work highly.
How can you lure the owner into leaving the house unlocked so that we can steal the jewels?
你怎么才能骗主人离开却不锁门,以便我们进去偷珠宝 呢 ?
the lure of filthy lucre
The lure of rural life is proving as strong as ever.
The excitement of hunting big game in Africa has been a lure to Europeans for 200 years.
Service stations use petrol as a bait to lure motorists into the restaurants and other facilities.
The company aims to lure smokers back to cigarettes.
Money is the foundation of many a happy marriage People are being lured (引诱)onto Facebook with the promise of a fun, free service without realizing they're paying for it by giving up toads of personal information
Meanwhile, Macy's has simply struggled to lure consumers who are more interested in spending on travel or dining out than on new clothes or accessories.
The average amount of time students now take to complete an undergraduate degree has stretched to six years and seven months as students interrupted by work, inconvenienced by unavailable classes, or lured by one more football season find it hard to graduate.
1. qualities that attract by seeming to promise some kind of reward
2. anything that serves as an enticement
3. something used to lure victims into danger
1. provoke someone to do something through (often false or exaggerated) promises or persuasion;
"He lured me into temptation"