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beset

adjective [after verb] uk   us   /bɪˈset/
having a lot of trouble with something, or having to deal with a lot of something that causes problems: With the amount of traffic nowadays, even a trip across town is beset by/with dangers.
Translations of “beset”
in Vietnamese bao vây…
in Spanish cercar, asediar…
in Thai ห้อมล้อมด้วย…
in Malaysian menyerang dari segenap penjuru…
in French assaillir…
in German umgeben…
in Chinese (Traditional) 困擾的, 充滿…的…
in Indonesian menyerang…
in Russian преследовать…
in Turkish rahat vermemek, muhasara etmek, huzursuz etmeye devam etmek…
in Chinese (Simplified) 困扰的, 充满…的…
in Polish nękać…
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