|Origin:||inducere, from ducere 'to lead'|
to persuade someone to do something, especially something that does not seem wise
induce somebody to do something
Nothing would induce me to vote for him again.
to make a woman give birth to her baby, by giving her a special drug:
She had to be induced because the baby was four weeks late.
The doctor decided to induce labour.
to cause a particular physical condition:
Patients with eating disorders may use drugs to induce vomiting.
a drug-induced coma