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beset

verb /biˈset/ ( past tense, past participle beset)
(formal) to face a lot of serious problems or dangers
cercar, asediar
The construction project was beset by a range of difficulties.
Translations of “beset”
in French assaillir…
in German umgeben…
in Russian преследовать…
in Turkish rahat vermemek, muhasara etmek, huzursuz etmeye devam etmek…
in Polish nękać…
(Definition of beset from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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