English version

be struck on somebody/something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe struck on somebody/somethingbe struck on somebody/somethingBritish English informalLIKE somebody OR something to think that someone or something is very good She seemed rather struck on Vincent. struck
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be struck on somebody/somethingProfit is struck on an annual basis, and the time-frame and weighting of anticipated returns can vary greatly.I was struck on one of my artificial legs, damaging the calliper.In most cases, the balance is struck on the basis of judgement and experience.A fight breaks out and one man is struck on the head by a stick.He was struck on the head with a club.A midday balance should be struck on the tabular ledger. 13.
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