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amused

adjective uk   /əˈmjuːzd/ us  
B2 showing that you think something is funny: an amused smile She was very amused by/at your comments.keep sb amused B2 to keep someone interested and help them to have an enjoyable time: Toddlers don't need expensive toys and games to keep them amused.
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in Chinese (Traditional) 被逗樂的, 感到好笑的…
in Russian веселый, радостный…
in Turkish eğlenmiş, şaşırmış, keyif almış…
in Chinese (Simplified) 被逗乐的, 感到好笑的…
in Polish rozbawiony…
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