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obsessed

adjective uk   us   /əbˈsest/
B2 unable to stop thinking about something; too interested in or worried about something: Why are people so obsessed with money? As a society we're obsessed by sex.
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in Chinese (Traditional) 心神不寧的, 著迷的, 困擾的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 心神不宁的, 着迷的, 困扰的…
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