vt (past tense & past participle/pasado y participio pasado beseeched or , besought)[literary/literario]
- 1.1 [person/God] suplicar*, rogar* to beseech sb
to+ infinitive/infinitivosuplicarle* or rogarle* a algn que+ subjunctive/subjuntivoI beseeched her to stay le supliqué or le rogué que se quedaraMore example sentences1.2 (beg for) [mercy/pardon] implorar
- His friends urgently besought him while there was yet time to flee the country. ‘I have just been abroad… one can't keep on going abroad unless one is a missionary, or, what comes to the same thing, a commercial traveller ’, was his response.
- People who pray tend to beseech their deity for some kind of enrichment or advancement.
- The forlorn gazes of the people beseeched them to give them solace, to end their pain.
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