English translation of 'obséder'
Verb Table transitive verb
[pensée, personne, idée] to obsess
[souvenir] to haunt
Il est obsédé par le travail. He’s obsessed by work.
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Example Sentences Including 'obséder'
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Il continuera encore à obséder tous ceux qui ont littéralement bafoué le droit international ici.Europarl Parallel Corpus
Les problèmes de sécurité semblaient obséder les organisateurs.Le Monde (2002)
Rêves qui prenaient une telle importance qu'ils finissaient par m'obséder durant la journée.Marie Claire
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Used Occasionally. obséder is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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'obséder' in Other Languages
British English: obsess VERB
If something obsesses you or if you obsess about something, you keep thinking about it and find it difficult to think about anything else.
I must admit that maps obsess me.
Translation of obséder from the Collins French to English
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