English to Arabic Meaning :: besought

Besought :
تضرعت
 
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Verb(1) make dull or stupid or muddle with drunkenness or infatuation
Adjective(1) very drunk

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(1) So why be so besotted with sporting failures and successes?(2) The restaurant chef and the student are so besotted with each other that it's almost sickening.(3) This was the speech of a prime minister besotted with emotion, image and presentation.(4) The movie tells the story of two youngsters who are besotted with each other.(5) She was an ÔÇÿintelligent womanÔÇÖ who had become besotted with the man and was unable to deal with the flagging relationship, the court was told.(6) She was such a hit with everyone we met, but most particularly with my elderly grandparents, who were besotted with her.(7) And yet his emotion for Susan was genuine; he was besotted with her.(8) He was so besotted with drink and drugs that his human qualities, if he ever possessed any, were completely in abeyance.(9) A recital was given in the drawing room, then guests enjoyed Sunday lunch under the trees on the lawn and she became besotted with the idea of living in a country house herself.(10) Police are investigating whether the accused who allegedly had become besotted with Susan after meeting her at a caravan park, shot her before turning the gun on himself.(11) However, at 21 he was forced to reject an offer of a place at drama school because he was ÔÇÿsort of engaged to a young lady, besotted with her.'(12) I signed up because I just wanted to be around real people that were besotted with writing as I am and to force myself to actually get some work done instead of dreaming about it.(13) She's very easy to love and I am besotted with her.(14) After some time, the brigands landed at an island, where they became besotted with drink, and fell asleep.(15) In the pilot, Charlotte meets an aging movie star, who quickly becomes besotted with her as they explore the karaoke boxes and sushi bars of Japan.(16) The Alliance, now numbering 472 members, has been active in the furtherance of the objects of its formation, and has done much toward ridding the town of saloons and in stimulating many who had become besotted with drink to become sober and temperate men.
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