English to Latin Meaning of obsess - obsident

Obsess :

potentiam, imprimere, obsident, studium, tange, possidebit

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Definitions of obsess in English
Verb(1) haunt like a ghost; pursue(2) be preoccupied with something
Examples of obsess in English
(1) The matters that obsess her protagonists clearly obsess her and her obsessible readers as well.(2) But music continued to obsess him; in many of his stories, he links it with supernatural forces.(3) This is a question that will obsess me for the rest of my life.(4) There are questions that obsess athletes and journalists.(5) The fact that this question has been raised shows how obsessed people are with the plant.(6) When it comes to saving and investing, people are obsessed with the returns they're going to get on their money.(7) In our country there are people obsessed with windfall profits and fabulous wealth.(8) We have also a tendency in the media for obsessing about stories.(9) What can you do so as not to leave behind what obsesses you?(10) The President made a lot of mistakes last week, but most of his critics are making an even bigger one now by obsessing about what he said and did.(11) She was obsessed with one food for about a month and a half and then she changed her mind.(12) I miss talking about where my life is heading, what my thoughts are, the state of my relationships, things I'm obsessing about, things that inspire me.(13) So how come I'm sitting here, at almost 40 years old, still obsessing about it?(14) They're not very accurate as a detailed performance indicator and universities shouldn't waste too much time obsessing about rankings.(15) I will eventually stop obsessing about this enough to write about something else.(16) I am not obsessing about it, not more than I ever did anyway.
(1) to observe ::
ut custodias,
(2) visit and observe ::
observe, et visita
(3) observe activities ::
actiones observe
(4) observe the precepts ::
intendite in praeceptum
1. preoccupy ::
3. prey on someone's mind ::
convellebat praedam animam aliquis scriptor
4. prey on ::
praeda eorum
5. possess ::
6. haunt ::
quibus commoratus fuerat
7. consume ::
8. plague ::
9. torment ::
10. hound ::
11. bedevil ::
12. beset ::
13. take control of ::
ut imperium
14. control ::
16. have a hold on ::
habere tenere
17. rule ::
18. eat up ::
19. have a grip on ::
habent in tenaci
20. grip ::
Different Forms
obsess, obsessed, obsesses, obsessing, obsession, obsessions, obsessive, obsessives
Word Example from TV Shows
from hearing you obsess about
what to do after string theory.

from hearing you OBSESS about what to do after string theory.

The Big Bang Theory Season 7, Episode 21

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