English translation of '幻想'
⇒ 他幻想成为宇航员。(Tā huànxiǎng chéngwéi yǔhángyuán.)
He dreamed of becoming an astronaut.
'幻想' in Other Languages
British English: illusion /ɪˈluːʒən/ NOUN
An illusion is something that appears to exist or to be a particular thing but in reality does not exist or is something else.
The bright paint gave the illusion of sunlight.
- American English: illusion
- Arabic: وَهْمٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: ilusão
- Chinese: 幻想
- Croatian: iluzija
- Czech: iluze
- Danish: illusion
- Dutch: illusie
- European Spanish: ilusión
- Finnish: illuusio
- French: illusion
- German: Illusion
- Greek: παραίσθηση
- Italian: illusione
- Japanese: 錯覚
- Korean: 환각
- Norwegian: illusjon
- Polish: iluzja
- European Portuguese: ilusão
- Romanian: iluzie
- Russian: иллюзия
- Spanish: ilusión
- Swedish: illusion
- Thai: ภาพลวงตา
- Turkish: yanılsama
- Ukrainian: ілюзія
- Vietnamese: ảo tưởng
British English: daydream NOUN
A daydream is a series of pleasant thoughts, usually about things that you would like to happen.
He escaped into daydreams of beautiful women.
British English: fantasize VERB
If you fantasize about an event or situation that you would like to happen, you imagine that it is happening.
I fantasized about writing music.
British English: fantasy NOUN
A fantasy is a pleasant situation or event that you think about and that you want to happen.
...fantasies of romance and true love.
Translation of 幻想 from the Collins Chinese to English
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