- surround (a place) with armed forces in order to capture it or force its surrender; lay siege to；crowd around oppressively; surround and harass
verb: besiege, 3rd person present: besieges, gerund or present participle: besieging, past tense: besieged, past participle: besieged
- 1. surround (a place) with armed forces in order to capture it or force its surrender; lay siege to:
the guerrillas continued to besiege other major cities to the north
- 2. crowd around oppressively; surround and harass:
she spent the whole day besieged by newsmen
- 3. be inundated by large numbers of requests or complaints:
the television station was besieged with calls
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... - protesters who wear red clothes 不過圍攻的動詞英文是- besiege, 台灣的情況可以說- "Red guards" plan to "besiege"...
... that she is rich and famous, she is constantly being besieged by appeals for aid. 英解:You use now that to give an explanation of...