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beseech

verb   /bɪˈsiːtʃ/ (beseeched or besought) formal
to ask for something in a way that shows you need it very much implorar
(Definition of beseech from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

beseech

verb /biˈsiːtʃ/ ( past tense, past participles besought /biˈsoːt/, beseeched)
(literary) to beg suplicar, implorar Don’t harm him – I beseech you!
(Definition of beseech from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “beseech”
in Korean 애원하다…
in Arabic يَرجو, يَتوَسَّل…
in Malaysian merayu…
in French supplier…
in Chinese (Traditional) 懸求,哀求…
in Italian supplicare, implorare…
in Vietnamese cầu xin…
in Portuguese implorar, suplicar…
in Thai อ้อนวอน…
in German anflehen…
in Catalan suplicar, pregar…
in Japanese ~を切望する, ~に懇願する…
in Chinese (Simplified) 恳求,哀求…
in Indonesian memohon…
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