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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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Many coaxers depend on study visas to remain in China legally.
With their semi-legal status and the average pay of 300 RMB per day for an independent guide, coaxers quickly come to depend on assistance from their compatriots.
Other than their counterparts in the networks of survival, these agents thus provide a wider array of services to their clients who not least often move larger volumes of goods than those clients received by coaxers.
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.
Some coaxers from this region are no more than a long, brightly painted piece of weighted wood.