What does convince mean?

convince in AZ Dictionary

(v) To bring through debate or research to firm belief or a program of activity. See Synonyms at persuade.
(v) Obsolete To prove to-be wrong or accountable.
(v) Obsolete To conquer; overpower.
(v) In order to make some one think, or feel sure about something, specifically with logic, debate or proof.
(v) To overcome, overcome, vanquish.
(v) To confute; to show incorrect.
To persuade or satisfy by debate or evidence; cause to trust in the truth of what exactly is alleged; get the credence of: as, to convince a person of his errors, or even persuade him associated with the truth.
To evince; show; show.
To refute; show is incorrect.

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  • Sentence for "convince"
  • Quotes for "convince"
  • Synonym for "convince"
    • convict, satisfy, persuade, confute, assure
  • Verb Forms for "convince"
    • convinced, convinces, convincing
  • Phrases for "convince"
    • to convince, convince them, convince Americans, convince Xiong, convince the
  • Rhyme for "convince"
    • Ince, Prince, Vince, evince, lince
  • Hyponym for "convince"
    • disarm
  • Hypernym for "convince"
    • persuade
  • Etymologically Related for "convince"
    • convincible, convict, conviction, convincingly
  • Same Context for "convince"
    • compel, satisfactory, plausible, conclusive, impressive
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