Definition of 'fascinate'
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Or, deliberate, she would crouch and fascinate me with her eyes. ON CATS (2002)She knew that the stories of how the orchids had been found and brought home to the orangery would fascinate him. THE WHITE DOVE (2002)
What will happen if I give in to the sensations that both frighten and fascinate me? WHERE THE HEART IS (2002)
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Used Occasionally. fascinate is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'fascinate'
British English: fascinate VERB
If something fascinates you, it interests and delights you so much that your thoughts tend to concentrate on it.
Politics fascinated his father.
Definition of fascinate from the Collins English Dictionary
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