Definition of 'fantastic'
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We used to have a fantastic love life. The Sun (2016)The pair look not quite fantastic as plastic in his new sketch show. The Sun (2016)They do a fantastic job for darts. The Sun (2016)It is tragic to lose such a fantastic man at such a young age. The Sun (2016)He's a great manager and fantastic person. The Sun (2016)But that's one of the reasons it has such a fantastic quality of life. Times, Sunday Times (2016)He is a very special man and for that I think it is fantastic to keep him here. The Sun (2016)Viewers will get more choice while broadcasters and content providers both national and local will get a fantastic new means of finding audiences," he said. Computing (2010)I was sad that not one of the You Says mentioned the fantastic scenery and wonderful sets. Times, Sunday Times (2017)We moved in together and life was fantastic. The Sun (2011)You are going to look and feel fantastic. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The players are doing a fantastic job. The Sun (2009)You can pick these players in our fantastic free squad game. The Sun (2011)She was just an unbelievably fantastic person. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The music is fantastic and songs from all genres are covered. The Sun (2010)This is a great opportunity to do something fantastic for the fans. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Focus on building a fantastic new social life. The Sun (2012)This is when you harvest a fantastic crop of opportunity. The Sun (2015)He is just the most fantastic man. The Sun (2013)We have a fantastic life and enjoy working together. The Sun (2011)There are three fantastic games to look forward to. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Has done fantastic job since he became skipper and his batting has thrived. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Plus enjoy a second night in a choice of five fantastic cities absolutely free. Times, Sunday Times (2008)She is a fantastic person and looks after me brilliantly. The Sun (2012)She has great taste in music and a fantastic sense of humour. The Sun (2010)It is fantastic to have something in common like this. Times, Sunday Times (2014)This is a fantastic opportunity to come and play football. The Sun (2015)He is a great player and a fantastic man to have around the club. The Sun (2009)But it is from this point on that his hitherto insignificant and unsuccessful life took a fantastic new turn. The Collins History of the World in the 20th Century (1994)Everyone says they make fantastic husbands. Times, Sunday Times (2007)We are fighting on two fronts and I would take either one and say what a fantastic season. Times, Sunday Times (2010)
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Translations for 'fantastic'
British English: fantastic /fænˈtæstɪk/ ADJECTIVE
If you say that something is fantastic, you are emphasizing that you think it is very good.
I have a fantastic social life.
- American English: fantastic
- Arabic: هَائِل
- Brazilian Portuguese: fantástico
- Chinese: 奇异的
- Croatian: fantastičan
- Czech: skvělý
- Danish: fantastisk
- Dutch: fantastisch
- European Spanish: fantástico
- Finnish: fantastinen
- French: fantastique
- German: fantastisch
- Greek: φανταστικός
- Italian: fantastico
- Japanese: すばらしい
- Korean: 환상적인
- Norwegian: eventyrlig
- Polish: fantastyczny
- European Portuguese: fantástico
- Romanian: fantastic
- Russian: фантастический
- Spanish: fantástico
- Swedish: fantastisk
- Thai: วิเศษ
- Turkish: harika
- Ukrainian: фантастичний
- Vietnamese: tuyệt vời
Definition of fantastic from the Collins English Dictionary
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