Como dizer "Crime de aliciamento" em inglês

Grooming offence

"Grooming offences committed mostly by Asian men, says ex-Barnardo's chief." The Guardian

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Thomas 7 60 288
Simon, are you sure about this? The following partial definition comes from Merriam-Webster.

to groom
to bring about or increase the acceptability or attractiveness of (as one's physical appearance) especially by carefully attending to details of cleanliness and neatness : freshen up : spruce up <spent a long time grooming himself before he ventured out> make neat : make tidy <a carefully groomed lawn>
Bem, eu li uma matéria no jornal que mostrava a prisão de nove pessoas por aliciar garotas numa cidade da Inglaterra. Por dedução, inferi que "grooming offence" seria crime de aliciamento.
Donay Mendonça 22 102 1.5k

In my field - and admittedly, I deal with some of the far fringes of society - "grooming" is used specifically to mean the behaviors of a sexual predator in preparing his victim, by getting the victim to trust him and think whatever the predator does is good for the victim. - Wordreference

''Grooming" in the UK refers to predatory activities of older men on young ( underage) women for purposes of sexual exploitation, either by groups or individuals, either online or in reality. - Wordreference
Thomas 7 60 288
"Grooming" usually refers to making oneself more attractive, but it has a number of other meanings. A common one, for example, is preparing a subordinate for a higher position in the organization. This could be done by selecting the employee for special training, giving him greater responsibilities, holding him to higher standards, etc.

A weak point of English forums is that people forget that there is more than one English. It's important, I believe, to identify where vocabulary is coming from. We know, for example, that a "sheila" is a girl in Australia. Very few people outside of Australia know this meaning and it will probably not be understood by 99% of your non-Australian audience. Another illustration is telling a student of Portuguese that "guri" means "boy". Yes, that's true, but it's linguajar gaúcho and unlikely to be of help to the foreigner in Portugal or Fortaleza.
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