be struck on

idiom

British, informal
: to like or be impressed by (someone or something) very much
He was quite struck on her.
She seems to be very struck on herself.

Examples of be struck on in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web But there is a management group, the Coordinated Bargaining Group, which is negotiating on behalf of 44 of the 65 unionized hotels which are due to be struck on Saturday. Chris Isidore, CNN, 30 June 2023 As for those Sovereign coins, a limited number will be struck on May 6, with more being dropped later this year. Demetrius Simms, Robb Report, 13 Apr. 2023 And a traveler cannot but be struck on his journey by the thought that this country, one day, can be even greater. WSJ, 22 Nov. 2022 Varsho appeared to be struck on the right shoulder blade during his first inning at-bat against Dodgers right-hander Ryan Pepiot. Nick Piecoro, The Arizona Republic, 27 May 2022 Yellen’s comments, said that Biden’s talk of a 21% tax rate remains controversial and insisted that there has to be agreement on the tax base for companies before a deal can be struck on the rate. William Horobin, Fortune, 7 Apr. 2021

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“Be struck on.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/be%20struck%20on. Accessed 3 Mar. 2024.

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