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aliciente

  
      sm   (=incentivo)   incentive, inducement  
(=atractivo)  
attraction  
ofrece el aliciente de      it has the attraction of  
ofrecer un aliciente      to hold out an inducement  
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
ofrece el aliciente de exp.
it has the attraction of

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Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
exp.
to hold out an inducement
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'aliciente' also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
exp.
no supone ningún incentivo {or} aliciente para trabajar más
exp.
uno de los alicientes era un coche gratis
"aliciente": examples and translations in context
Ambas medidas elevarán el aliciente para una producción extensiva. These two measures should increase the incentive for extensive farming.
EMAS ha de convertirse en un aliciente. The eco-management and audit scheme will be an incentive.
Para muchas, sería un aliciente. Most actresses would consider that an inducement.
Gran aliciente para que cualquiera se enrole. Great inducement for any man to enlist.
Asimismo se da un aliciente indirecto para nuevas torturas. This also provides an indirect encouragement for further torture.
Los resultados ofrecidos son una aliciente para seguir trabajando en una liberalización mayor de esta Directiva. The effects which have been achieved are an encouragement to continue work on the further liberalisation of this directive.
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