Translation of besotted in Spanish:

besotted

Pronunciation: /bɪˈsɑːtəd; bɪˈsɒtɪd/

adj

  • (usu pred)to be besotted with sb/sth he's totally besotted with her está perdidamente enamorado de ella, está loco por ella she's besotted with the idea of becoming an actress está obsesionada con la idea de ser actriz
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    • Ever since her childhood in York - she was an only child - she has been besotted with the uses of enchantment in fairy stories.
    • Some of these servants of football are so besotted with the game that they devote more time to attending dull local committees.
    • I am sure all three of you were besotted with quiz programmes and the ambition to be successful on a major television show.

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