Italian translation of 'dream'
Word forms:past tensepast participle dreamed dreamt
sognoto have a dream about sb/sth
sognare di qn/qcI had a bad dream
ho fatto un brutto sognosweet dreams!
sogni d'oro!that museum is an archaeologist's dream
quel museo è un paradiso per gli archeologiit worked like a dream
ha funzionato a meravigliashe goes about in a dream
ha sempre la testa tra le nuvolerich beyond his wildest dreams
ricco come non si era mai sognato in vita suaisn't he a dream?
non è un sogno or un amore?it's my dream house
è la casa dei miei sognidream world
I didn't dream that ...
non mi sarei mai sognato che... (+subjunc)who could have dreamt such a thing would happen?
chi avrebbe potuto immaginare un disastro come questo?
to dream (of or about sb/sth)
sognare ((di) qn/qc)she dreamed about her son
ha sognato di suo figliothere were more than I'd ever dreamed of
ce n'erano di più di quanto avessi mai immaginatoI wouldn't dream of it!
non me lo sognerei neanche!I'm sorry, I was dreaming
mi scusi, stavo fantasticando
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Example Sentences Including 'dream'
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It was not the exciting experience she had dreamt about.Words Of Love: Passionate Women from Heloise to Sylvia Plath (2006)
America's theme park capital is the place to make all of your holiday dreams come true.The Sun (2016)
And that's something with which anyone who has had to abandon their youthful dreams or ideals can empathise.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
Follow these simple pointers and the web will offer a musical experience beyond the dreams of high street record stores of old.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
Friendships help ambition and dreams you share turn into positive action.The Sun (2016)
I like it when you see something and you dream about what is beyond.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
Sharing your hopes and dreams will deepen love.The Sun (2014)
So he basically made my dream come true.Times, Sunday Times (2011)
The fantasy and dream scenes are effective.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
When a video game villain gets fed up with being a baddie, he decides to fulfil his dream of being good.The Sun (2016)
I finally have my dream move to Tottenham.The Sun (2016)
She had dreamt about it long enough.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
The skill is to release the good dreams.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
They dream about spending an hour between the sheets with their fantasy man.The Sun (2006)
We are dreaming about progressing in that cup.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
They say that over time you learn how to dream of different things.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
What could possibly be wrong with this freewheeling new take on the American dream?Times, Sunday Times (2016)
What happens in my dream life affects me during the day.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
ALMOST three quarters of homeowners still longing for their dream house fear they will need two more moves to get it.The Sun (2016)
Army people are particularly good at dreaming up new ways of expressing themselves.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
By the 1950s the town was furnishing the American dream.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
Do you have bad dreams?The Sun (2016)
Luck brings a dream holiday much closer.The Sun (2012)
My mother told me about a dream she had before the sleeping stopped.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
There are bits of me that would love to treat it like a bad dream.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
They had a weekend which non-league players around the country can only dream about.The Sun (2008)
Think what that dream represented and try to make it come true for yourself.The Sun (2014)
When they saw these adjoining homes for sale they thought it was their dream house.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
Winning luck links your family with a dream holiday prize.The Sun (2006)
You can be truly in love yet keep your own ambitions and dreams going.The Sun (2012)
Our dream is finally coming true.Christianity Today (2000)
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'dream' in Other Languages
British English: dream /driːm/ NOUN
A dream is an imaginary series of events that you experience in your mind while you are asleep.
He had a dream about her.
- American English: dream
- Arabic: حُلْم
- Brazilian Portuguese: sonho
- Chinese: 梦
- Croatian: san
- Czech: sen
- Danish: drøm
- Dutch: droom
- European Spanish: sueño soñar
- Finnish: uni
- French: rêve
- German: Traum
- Greek: όνειρο
- Italian: sogno
- Japanese: 夢
- Korean: 꿈
- Norwegian: drøm
- Polish: sen marzenie
- European Portuguese: sonho
- Romanian: vis
- Russian: сон
- Spanish: sueño proyecto, deseo, esperanza
- Swedish: dröm när man sover
- Thai: ความฝัน
- Turkish: düş rüya
- Ukrainian: мрія
- Vietnamese: giấc mơ
British English: dream /driːm/ VERB
When you dream, you experience imaginary events in your mind while you are asleep.
Ivor dreamed that he was on a bus.
She dreamed about her baby.
- American English: dream
- Arabic: يَحْلُمُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: sonhar
- Chinese: 梦想
- Croatian: sanjati
- Czech: mít sen
- Danish: drømme
- Dutch: dromen
- European Spanish: soñar
- Finnish: uneksia
- French: rêver
- German: träumen
- Greek: ονειρεύομαι
- Italian: sognare
- Japanese: 夢を見る
- Korean: 꿈꾸다
- Norwegian: drømme
- Polish: wyśnić
- European Portuguese: sonhar
- Romanian: vis
- Russian: спать
- Spanish: soñar
- Swedish: drömma
- Thai: ฝัน
- Turkish: düş görmek
- Ukrainian: мріяти
- Vietnamese: mơ ngủ
British English: dream ADJECTIVE
You can use dream to describe something that you think is ideal or perfect.
He had his dream house built on the banks of the river.
Translation of dream from the Collins English to Italian Dictionary