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Translation of "preoccupied" - English-Turkish dictionary

preoccupied

adjective     /ˌpriːˈɒkjəpaɪd/
thinking or worrying about something a lot dalgın, zihni meşgul, gözü bir şey görmeyen, düşünceli She's been very preoccupied recently. He's far too preoccupied with his own problems to notice mine.Continually thinking aboutAnxious and worried
preoccupy     /ˌpriːˈɒkjəpaɪ/ verb [T] If something preoccupies you, you think or worry about it a lot. zihnini meşgul etmek, kafasını kurcalamak Continually thinking aboutAnxious and worried
Translations of “preoccupied”
in Chinese (Traditional) 全神貫注的,入神的, 心事重重的…
in Russian озабоченный, поглощенный…
in Chinese (Simplified) 全神贯注的,入神的, 心事重重的…
in Polish zaabsorbowany…
(Definition of preoccupied from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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