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be devoured by sth

to feel an emotion, especially a bad emotion, very strongly so that it strongly influences your behaviour
被(某種情感)吞噬,充滿(某種情感)
He was devoured by jealousy/hatred.
他內心充滿了嫉妒/仇恨。
Continually thinking aboutExperiencing and suffering
Translations of “be devoured by sth”
in Chinese (Simplified) 被(某种情感)吞噬,充满(某种情感)…
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