Definition of besiege Pronunciation
Verb
1. To beset or surround with armed forces for the purpose of compelling to surrender, to lay siege to, beleaguer.
2. To beleaguer, lay siege to, beset.
3. To assail or ply, as with requests or demands.
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English - English - besiege Pronunciation
v. surround, encompass, lay siege to, beleaguer
v. vanquish, win, defeat, overcome, beat
English - Spanish - besiege Pronunciation
v. asediar, acosar, acosar verbalmente; sitiar, acorralar, asaltar, rodear de fuerza militar; acosar a peticiones
English - French - besiege Pronunciation
v. assiéger, encercler, cerner; entourer
English - German - besiege Pronunciation
v. belagern
English - Italian - besiege Pronunciation
v. assediare, stringere d'assedio; circondare; tempestare, sommergere
English - Portuguese - besiege Pronunciation
v. assediar; sitiar; reclamar
English - Russian - besiege Pronunciation
г. осаждать, обложить, окружить, облеплять
English - Turkish - besiege Pronunciation
f. kuşatmak, sıkıştırmak, yağmuruna tutmak (Argo)
English - Dutch - besiege Pronunciation
ww. belegeren, bestormen
English - Greek - besiege Pronunciation
ρήμ. πολιορκώ, πιέζω
German - Turkish - besiege Pronunciation
dört bir yandan sarmak, çevirmek, sikistirmak, rahat vermemek, rahatsiz etmek, bunaltmak, sikmak
German - Dutch - besiege Pronunciation
overwin
English - Chinese - besiege Pronunciation
(动) 围攻; 包围, 围住; 围困; 烦扰, 困扰
English - Chinese - besiege Pronunciation
(動) 圍攻; 包圍, 圍住; 圍困; 煩擾, 困擾
English - Japanese - besiege Pronunciation
(動) 包囲する; 押し寄せる; 攻めたてる
English - Korean - besiege Pronunciation
동. 포위하다, 포위 공격하다, 둘러싸다


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Synonyms for besiege
assail: attack, strike, invade, charge, storm, assault
Verb forms for besiege
Present participle: besieging
Present: besiege (3.person: besieges)
Past: besieged
Future: will besiege
Present conditional: would besiege
Present Perfect: have besieged (3.person: has besieged)
Past Perfect: had besieged
Future Perfect: will have besieged
Past conditional: would have besieged