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drool over sb/sth

verb [I] uk phrasal verb with drool   /druːl/ us  
to show extreme and sometimes silly pleasure while looking at someone or something: Roz and I sat by the swimming pool, drooling over all the gorgeous young men. I left Sara in the shop drooling over a green silk dress.
Translations of “drool over sb/sth”
in Chinese (Traditional) 貪婪地看,癡癡傻傻地看…
in Russian мечтать о ком-либо/чем-либо…
in Turkish hayran hayran bakmak…
in Chinese (Simplified) 贪婪地看,痴痴傻傻地看…
in Polish pożerać kogoś/coś wzrokiem…
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