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rapt

adjective uk   us   /ræpt/
giving complete attention, or showing complete involvement, or (of attention) complete: She sat with a rapt expression reading her book. The children watched with rapt attention. Australian English informal (also wrapped) extremely happy or excited
Translations of “rapt”
in Vietnamese chăm chú, say mê…
in Spanish absorto, embelesado…
in Thai ซึ่งมีใจจดจ่อ…
in Malaysian tekun…
in French ravi…
in German entzückt…
in Chinese (Traditional) 專心致志的, 全神貫注的, 全身心投入的…
in Indonesian terpesona…
in Chinese (Simplified) 专心致志的, 全神贯注的, 全身心投入的…
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