transitive verb
1. (to preocupy) 
The idea of finding a solution to this problem was beginning to obsess me.La idea de encontrar una solución a este problema empezaba a obsesionarme.
intransitive verb
2. (to preocupy oneself with; often used with "about") 
I have no time for people who obsess about how they look.No soporto a la gente que se obsesiona con su aspecto físico.
transitive verb
1. (general) 
a. obsesionar 
to be obsessed with or by something/somebodyestar obsesionado(a) con or por algo/alguien
obsess [əbˈses]
transitive verb
intransitive verb
obsesionarse;about, over con, por
to obsess about sth estar obsesionado con algo
If I had put a tenth of the energy I spent obsessing over my face and my body into my work, I could have written War And Peace 10 times over Daniel was so sick of me obsessing about the mini-break that he refused to look at any more brochures New York office workers are currently obsessing over a new genre of urban myth: the voice mail horror story
Phrases with "obsess"
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I do not obsess over the minor parts of my work
no me obsesiono con los detalles menores de mi trabajo
obsess over
obsesionarse con
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