English version

smitten

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsmittensmitten1 /ˈsmΙͺtn/ verb πŸ”Š πŸ”Š the past participle of smitesmittensmit‧ten2 adjective [not before noun] πŸ”Š πŸ”Š 1 LOVEsuddenly feeling that you love someone very much πŸ”Š As soon as he saw her, he was smitten.smitten by/with πŸ”Š She was totally smitten with Steve.2 β†’ smitten with/by something
Examples from the Corpus
smitten by/withβ€’ When Robert was twelve and I seven, both my parents and Ann were smitten by a particularly virulent flu germ.β€’ The fact was, that from the first moment he saw her, Geoffrey was smitten by Deborah.β€’ She was smitten with Steve - and showed it.β€’ I, too, was smitten with summit fever though for less obviously religious reasons.β€’ He could well understand why his daughter was so smitten with the boy.β€’ That El Comandante was smitten by the First Lady was immediately apparent.β€’ The trees are splintered, crushed, and broken, as if smitten by thunderbolts.
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