be taken with (someone or something)

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be taken with (someone or something)

To be smitten with or enamored of someone or something. You can tell Carla is taken with the guy she's dating—she never stops talking about him! I was so taken with this town after living here for the summer that I've decided to move here permanently.
See also: taken

taken with, be

Be attracted to or charmed by, as in I was quite taken with those watercolors, or The composer seemed to be taken with the young soprano who performed his songs. [First half of 1500s]
See also: taken
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