Definition of distracted
prevent (someone) from giving full attention to something.
I have to admit, while a nice attempt, it is a bit distracting at times.
unable to concentrate because one's mind is preoccupied.
Charlotte seemed too distracted to give him much attention
Example of distracted
Anna looked up, momentarily distracted by the noise her friends were making.
As you said she's easily distracted so she doesn't quite pick up on things.
But I tried not to get distracted from the task at hand.
But like a child whose attention is easily distracted , he turned his attention back to Michelle once again.
But we should not be distracted from the real issues it could not investigate.
Doubting she would be distracted enough by that to forget it, Adam quickly tried to think of something else to say.
Grace was too distracted by the thought of getting dirt in her brand-new white shoes.
Hands-free devices are not considered to be safer as the driver is still distracted .
He seemed distracted for a second, and then grinned and slung himself up into his bunk.
I never heard anything but I was somewhat distracted at the time.