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incite

US [ɪnˈsaɪt]
UK [ɪn'saɪt]
  • v.煽动;鼓动
  • Web刺激;激励;鼓励
Simple Present:incites  Present Participle:inciting  Past Tense:incited  
incite
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v.
1.
煽动;鼓动to encourage sb to do sth violent, illegal or unpleasant, especially by making them angry or excited
to incite crime/racial hatred/violence
教唆犯罪;煽动种族仇恨╱暴力
They were accused of inciting the crowd to violence.
他们被控煽动群众暴乱。
He incited the workforce to come out on strike.
他煽动工人罢工。

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