来自 smite 过去分词，引申比喻义被爱情击中的，着迷的。
- smitten (adj.)
- mid-13c., "struck hard, afflicted, visited with disaster," past participle adjective from smite. Sense of "inspired with love" is from 1660s.
- 1. They were totally smitten with each other.
- 2. From the moment they met, he was completely smitten by her.
- 3. Simon Fraser was smitten by the landscapes he found in the wild southwest of the United States.
- 4. It was easy to see why she was smitten with him.
- 5. He was smitten with [ by ] the charming girl.
- 他被那个迷人的女孩子 迷住 了.
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