fantasía


fantasía
f.
1 fantasy, imagination, fancy, daydream.
2 imitation jewel, paste, imitation jewelry.
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fantasía
nombre femenino
1 (imaginación) fantasy
2 (irrealidad) fancy
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FRASEOLOGÍA
de fantasía (gen) fancy 2 (joya) imitation
tener mucha fantasía to be too full of imagination
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noun f.
1) fantasy
2) fancy, imagination
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SF
1) (=imaginación) imagination

es un producto de su fantasía — it's a figment of his imagination

2) (=cosa imaginada) fantasy

son fantasías infantiles — they're just children's fantasies

un mundo de fantasía — a fantasy world

3) (Arte, Literat) fantasy; (Mús) fantasia, fantasy

tocar por fantasía — to improvise

4)

de fantasía — (=con adornos, colores) fancy

botones de fantasía — fancy buttons

joyas de fantasía — costume jewellery

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femenino
1)
a) (imaginación) imagination

tiene mucha fantasía — she has a very lively imagination

b) (ficción) fantasy

fantasías sexuales — sexual fantasies

mundo de fantasía — a fantasy world

2) (Mús) fantasia
3) (bisutería)

joyas de fantasía — costume jewelry*

una pulsera de fantasía — an imitation diamond (o ruby etc) bracelet

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= fantasy [phantasy], fancy, daydream, fantasia, flight of fancy, make-believe.
Ex. The ALA and some of its members seem to have taken in upon themselves to whip up a frenzy of public relations style fantasy that market reality simply cannot match.
Ex. This is the world of fancies, Santa Claus, 'human' animals like Winnie-the-Pooh and Peter Rabbit, and Daleks and is often shown by the way in which a young child is able to carry on a sustained relationship with an imaginary friend or animal.
Ex. Slake was disturbed in his daydream by shouts from the park attendant.
Ex. This volume is in fact three books shuffled together under one luscious cover, unfurling as a fantasia on technique that explores, among other things, Mau's riffs on modernism.
Ex. The play is clearly presented as an author's flight of fancy rather than as history.
Ex. The first precursor of make-believe in a child's life may be the game of peekaboo, which babies start to play at about six months.
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* fantasías = imaginings.
* mundo de fantasía = fantasy world, world of fancy.
* mundo de la fantasía, el = world of make-believe, the, land of make-believe, the.
* novela de fantasía = fantasy novel.
* personaje de fantasía = fantasy character.
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femenino
1)
a) (imaginación) imagination

tiene mucha fantasía — she has a very lively imagination

b) (ficción) fantasy

fantasías sexuales — sexual fantasies

mundo de fantasía — a fantasy world

2) (Mús) fantasia
3) (bisutería)

joyas de fantasía — costume jewelry*

una pulsera de fantasía — an imitation diamond (o ruby etc) bracelet

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= fantasy [phantasy], fancy, daydream, fantasia, flight of fancy, make-believe.

Ex: The ALA and some of its members seem to have taken in upon themselves to whip up a frenzy of public relations style fantasy that market reality simply cannot match.

Ex: This is the world of fancies, Santa Claus, 'human' animals like Winnie-the-Pooh and Peter Rabbit, and Daleks and is often shown by the way in which a young child is able to carry on a sustained relationship with an imaginary friend or animal.
Ex: Slake was disturbed in his daydream by shouts from the park attendant.
Ex: This volume is in fact three books shuffled together under one luscious cover, unfurling as a fantasia on technique that explores, among other things, Mau's riffs on modernism.
Ex: The play is clearly presented as an author's flight of fancy rather than as history.
Ex: The first precursor of make-believe in a child's life may be the game of peekaboo, which babies start to play at about six months.
* fantasías = imaginings.
* mundo de fantasía = fantasy world, world of fancy.
* mundo de la fantasía, el = world of make-believe, the, land of make-believe, the.
* novela de fantasía = fantasy novel.
* personaje de fantasía = fantasy character.

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fantasía
feminine
A
1 (imaginación) imagination
era sólo producto de su fantasía it was just a product o figment of his imagination
dejar correr la fantasía to give free rein to one's imagination
tiene mucha fantasía she has a very lively imagination
2 (ficción) fantasy
fantasías sexuales sexual fantasies
sus planes son pura fantasía her plans are pure fantasy
vive en un mundo de fantasía he's living in a fantasy world, he's living in cloud-cuckoo-land (colloq)
B (Mús) fantasia
C
1 (bisutería) item of costume jewelry
de fantasía imitation
una pulsera de fantasía an imitation diamond ( o ruby etc) bracelet
2 (como adj inv) ‹lana/punto› fancy
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fantasía sustantivo femenino
1
a) (imaginación) imagination

b) (ficción) fantasy;

vive en un mundo de fantasía he's living in a fantasy world

2 (bisutería):
joyas de fantasía costume jewelry(conjugate jewelry);

una pulsera de fantasía an imitation diamond (o ruby etc) bracelet
fantasía sustantivo femenino
1 fantasy: cuenta historias llenas de fantasía, he tells very imaginative stories
2 Mús fantasia
'fantasía' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
fabulosa
- fabuloso
- tejer
- joya
- reino
English:
cocoon
- daydream
- exist
- fancy
- fantasy
- make-believe
- costume
- extravaganza
- make
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fantasía
nf
1. [imaginación] imagination;
la realidad y la fantasía reality and fantasy;
vive en un mundo de fantasía she lives in a world of her own, she lives in a fantasy world
2. [cosa imaginada] fantasy
Comp
fantasía sexual sexual fantasy
3. Mús fantasia
4. RP [joya] piece of costume jewellery
de fantasía loc adj
bisutería de fantasía costume jewellery;
ropa de fantasía fancy clothes
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fantasía
f
1 fantasy
2 (imaginación) imagination
3
:
joyas de fantasía costume jewelry o Br jewellery
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fantasía nf
1) : fantasy
2) : imagination
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fantasía n
1. (ilusión) fantasy [pl. fantasies]
2. (imaginación) imagination

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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