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Synonyms for coax

Synonyms for coax

to persuade or try to persuade by gentle persistent urging or flattery

Synonyms for coax

a transmission line for high-frequency signals

influence or urge by gentle urging, caressing, or flattering

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In contrast to these truly international businessmen and women, others arrived as coaxers and were lucky enough to come to China at the high point of the China-Africa trade--usually between 2002 and 2005.
In this light, due to their lacking access to networks of accumulation, coaxers have fewer chances to realize their plans in China.
In particular, those coaxers who arrived at a time of heightened opportunity--though they initially came with very little social or financial capital--slowly accumulated the resources that allowed them to gain inclusion into the networks of accumulation.
Cisse (2013) distinguishes between "trade agents," (a category under which he assimilates our groups of coaxers, associates, employees, and apprentices), "entrepreneurs," and "temporarily traveling traders.