fantasize or fantasise (ˈfæntəˌsaɪz
- when tr, takes a clause as object to conceive extravagant or whimsical ideas, images, etc
- intr to conceive pleasant or satisfying mental images
Translations for 'fantasize'
- British English: fantasize If you fantasize about an event or situation that you would like to happen, you imagine that it is happening. VERBI fantasized about writing music.
- Brazilian Portuguese: fantasiar
- Chinese: 幻想
- European Spanish: fantasear
- French: fantasmer
- German: fantasieren
- Italian: fantasticare
- Japanese: 空想する
- Korean: 공상하다
- Portuguese: fantasiar
- Spanish: fantasear
Example Sentences Including 'fantasize'
(One can only fantasize about how much he's paid to endorse these products.
Sun, News of the World (2002)
And middle-aged couples are five times more likely to fantasize about owning a dog than having an extra-marital affair.
Sun, News of the World (2001)
As one of Ponty's songs put it," Life is better when you fantasize.
Edmonton Sun (2003)
From the time I did my first movie... I started to fantasize about Oscar.
I sometimes fantasize that if it did, we would find Johnny sitting there in his place, ready to play.
CASCADES - THE DAY OF THE DEAD (2001)
I'd lie there at night and fantasize endlessly about why he'd gone.
So you've been known to fantasize about Isobel, have you, I thought as I dialled the three nines.
MUSIC FOR BOYS (2003)
Some even fantasize about removing or killing the same-sex parent in order to possess the opposite-sex parent.
Love - A User's Guide
You fantasize about the girl in accountingwho has scoliosis.
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