English version

lead somebody astray

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishlead somebody astraylead somebody astraya) to encourage someone to do bad or illegal things that they would not normally do The older boys led him astray. b) to make someone believe something that is not true It’s easy to be led astray by the reports in the papers. astray
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lead somebody astrayPfeiffer plays a virtuous woman who is led astray.Parents complained that teachers were leading students astray by discussing contraception and abortion in the classroom.They're afraid their son will be led astray by the older boys.Gardeners shouldn't be led astray by these ideas.Claudio is the false friend who leads Leonardo astray into drinking and gambling.
lead somebody astraylead somebody astraya) to encourage someone to do bad or immoral things which they would not normally do b) to make someone believe something that is not true lead
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