- v.包围，围困，围攻( besiege的过去式和过去分词 );
She was besieged by the press and the public.
The Afghan air force was using helicopters to supply the besieged town.
Paris was besieged for four months and forced to surrender.
The community besieged the newspaper with letters about its recent editorial.
The troops came to the relief of the besieged garrison.
The professor was besieged with questions from his students.
Food supplies were running low in the besieged town.
Troy was besieged by the Greeks for ten years.
The superstar was besieged by reporters.
The enemy were besieged by us.
Citizens were forced to flee the besieged city.
Hundreds of admirers besieged the famous writer.
For ten years the Greeks besieged the city of Troy.
The lecturer was besieged with questions from his audience.
The teacher was besieged with questions from his pupils.
1. surrounded by hostile forces;
"the besieged town"