Obsessed యొక్క తెలుగు అర్ధం

                                                                                    Obsessed=   నిమగ్నమయ్యాడు
                                                                                    Pronunciation =  Obsessed
Obsessed in Telugu:ఆబ్‌సెస్డ్
Part of speech: adjecctive
Plural:Obsessed ( ఆబ్‌సెస్డ్)
Definition in English: unable to stop thinking about something; too
interested in or worried about something.
Definition in Telugu:ఏదో గురించి ఆలోచిస్తూ ఆపడానికి సాధ్యం కాదు; ఆసక్తి లేదా ఏదో గురించి భయపడి

Examples in English:

  • Why are people so obsessed with money?
  • As a society we’re obsessed by gender.

Examples in Telugu:

  • ఎందుకు ప్రజలు చాలా నిమగ్నమయ్యారు డబ్బుతో?

Synonyms of Obsessed

Synonyms in Telugu   తీసుకున్న, కట్టివేయబడి
Synonyms in English   taken over , tied up

Antonyms of Obsessed

Antonyms in Telugu
  సున్నితమైన, సమతుల్యమైన, సేన్, సాధారణ, తెలివిగల
Antonyms in English   indifferent, unconcerned

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