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taken with (someone or something)

Smitten with or enamored of someone or something. Carla is so taken with her new boyfriend that she gushes about him 24 hours a day. I'm so taken with this town that I've decided to live here full-time.
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taken with someone or something

highly attracted to someone or something. She was really quite taken with the young man who escorted her to the ball. The audience was taken with the stage setting.
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