English to Japanese Meaning of smitten - 夢中

Smitten :

打たれました, 打た, 夢中

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Definitions of smitten in English
Verb(1) inflict a heavy blow on, with the hand, a tool, or a weapon(2) affect suddenly with deep feeling(3) cause physical pain or suffering in
Adjective(1) (used in combination(2) marked by foolish or unreasoning fondness
Examples of smitten in English
(1) A smithy was often just outside the wall because of the fire risk a forge represented.(2) A smithy was also set up where Frank Baldwin produced all the window casements, hinges, and other metalwork.(3) Sometimes, when someone mentions a blacksmith's forge, I find myself instantaneously back in my childhood, visiting a local smithy .(4) Earlier I went to the smithy , and the mages there were able to produce new boots for us.(5) He might have gotten some village smithy to pity him and strike off his chains.(6) Whether you're a master tailor, smithy , jeweler, alchemist or other master of a crafts, you'll find simply amazing new things to create using your trade skills.(7) We went from Day's show at the navy's immense old boiler smithy to another former navy site, Base Camp, where Malene Birger held her show.(8) There was no official smithy in town, so good swords were rare and hard to come by.
Related Phrases of smitten
(1) smite ::
1. struck down ::
2. infatuated with ::
3. struck ::
4. potty ::
5. afflict ::
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