(be) struck by somebody

(be) struck by somebody
be ˈstruck by/on/with sb/sth idiom
(informal) to be impressed or interested by sb/sth; to like sb/sth very much

I was struck by her youth and enthusiasm.

We're not very struck on that new restaurant.

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