英 [əbˈseʃn] 美 [əbˈseʃn]
~ (with sth/sb)
1 [U] 痴迷；着魔；困扰
the state in which a person's mind is completely filled with thoughts of one particular thing or person in a way that is not normal
Her fear of flying is bordering on obsession.
The media's obsession with the young prince continues.
2 [C] 使人痴迷的人（或物）
a person or thing that sb thinks about too much
Fitness has become an obsession with him.
1.South Korean startups are banking on cultural similarities with Vietnam, such as the popular obsession with education, to give them an advantage in expanding their business there.
2.California Gov. Gavin Newsom and other critics blasted the public utility company as responsible for rolling blackouts, but some experts argue regulators' obsession with climate change is partially to blame.
3.This untutored mathematician had an obsession with numbers
4.This government has developed an unhealthy obsession with secrecy
5.His parents 'obsession with keeping up appearances haunted his childhood.
6.I find the media's growing obsession with smut and sensation deplorable.
7.What is this current television obsession with older men and nubile young women?
8.Their work is frequently an obsession that overrides all other considerations.
9.Literature has become an obsession with her.
10.The media's obsession with the young prince continues.