Definition of 'daydream'
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Instead of daydreaming about longed-for changes in family life, you find a way to make them happen. The Sun (2016)So perhaps it is not surprising that lawyers daydream about an exciting career change. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Why is this just a daydream instead of reality? The Sun (2014)Do preparation instead of just daydreaming about success. The Sun (2014)What seems like just a daydream of sporting success can become winning action. The Sun (2008)But you could be surprised when a daydream about love turns real. The Sun (2008)What has just been a daydream of working differently could turn into a reality. The Sun (2007)Instead of daydreaming about the life you want, you make practical plans. The Sun (2008)You daydream about this person - now you get the chance to talk. The Sun (2016)Instead of just daydreaming about changes, you take the first step towards making them real. The Sun (2013)Instead of daydreaming about turning a favourite pastime into a career, you can make it happen. The Sun (2010)Instead of daydreaming about changes, you have the power to make them. The Sun (2012)Instead of daydreaming about changes, you are ready and able to make them. The Sun (2012)In fact, she looked more interested in daydreaming about the colour she might dye her hair next. The Sun (2008)I spend quite a lot of time daydreaming. Times, Sunday Times (2014)By the time the interim came to an end, we struggled with too much daydreaming and time wasting. Christianity Today (2000)Instead of just daydreaming about setting up your own business, you can take the first vital step today. The Sun (2012)They may just be daydreaming. Microeconomics: Price Theory in Practice (1995)Instead of letting your secret ambition be just a comfortable daydream you're ready to show the world what you can do. The Sun (2011)You are ready to work on secret ambitions instead of just daydreaming about them and you have both the energy and luck needed to make things happen. The Sun (2011)The headlines I had been daydreaming about were becoming real. The Other Side of MeI find myself daydreaming about this person, imagining that he wants me. The Sun (2010)It's easy to just daydream about the life you want but today you can take the first step towards it by getting all the facts. The Sun (2011)
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Used Occasionally. daydream is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'daydream'
British English: daydream VERB
If you daydream, you think about pleasant things for a period of time, usually about things that you would like to happen.
Do you work hard for success rather than daydream about it?
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.
Definition of daydream from the Collins English Dictionary
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