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smitten

adjective [after verb] uk   /ˈsmɪt.ən/  us   /ˈsmɪt̬-/
having suddenly started to like or love something or someone very much: The story's about a man smitten with love for his wife's cousin. He was so smitten by her that he promised to move to Argentina to be near her.
Translations of “smitten”
in Chinese (Traditional) 突然迷上的,突然愛上的…
in Russian по уши влюбленный…
in Turkish düşkün, çok seven, aşırı sevgi duyan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 突然迷上的,突然爱上的…
in Polish oczarowany…
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