Italian translation of smitten
past participle of verb
- of smite
to be smitten with (remorse, desire, fear)
essere preso(‑a) da(idea)
entusiasmarsi perto be smitten (with sb)
avere una cotta (per qn)to be smitten with flu
essere colpito(‑a) dall'influenza
Example Sentences Including 'smitten'
By the time they finally decided to live together, Timothy Duane would be totally smitten.Three Kinds of Kissing - Scottish Short Stories
A man who was really smitten wouldn't have wanted one of his minions nosing into her knicker drawer.THE LAST TEMPTATION (2002)
And maybe it was the booze, or the whole lovely day, but Mahoney was smitten.Seize the Reckless Wind
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Word forms: past tense smote, past participle smitten
Example Sentences Including 'smite'
`Why should God choose me as a victim, and smite me down with syphilis?THE RIVAL QUEENS: A Countess Ashby de la Zouche Mystery (2002)
For living or dark undead, I will smite you, if you touch him.THE LORD OF THE RINGS (2004)
They would smite Turkey, and regain Greater Greece, and be rich with all the oil in the Aegean.Coup d'Etat
Translation of smitten from the Collins English to Italian Dictionary
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