Definition of 'fantasy'
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But they usually find it goes horribly wrong if they try to turn their fantasy into reality. The Sun (2016)It's a combination of reality and fantasy. Times, Sunday Times (2016)I am into my fantasy sports a lot. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Their past two games have yielded five goals, a solitary point and a reality check to accompany the fantasy football. Times, Sunday Times (2016)With the property came the potential to fulfil some longstanding fantasies. Times, Sunday Times (2014)They can distinguish perfectly well between fantasy and the real thing. The Sun (2013)Make it happen over love and turn fantasy to reality. The Sun (2015)This only becomes dangerous when reality and fantasy get confused. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Welcome to the best and most realistic fantasy football game around. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Nepal is one of our fantasy countries. Times, Sunday Times (2007)These visits were not fantasies of imagination. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Sign up for the most realistic fantasy football game around. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The companies claim that fantasy sport is not gambling but rather a game of skill. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Or are they more to fulfil his fantasies? The Sun (2012)It was like a fantasy made real. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Look for friends who are nearer your age and forget about fantasy love. The Sun (2010)There is a huge difference between fantasy and reality. The Sun (2011)We are talking about balance rather than a fantasy football team. Times, Sunday Times (2008)He also brings a gravitas to the film that may otherwise be dismissed as just a fantasy film. Times, Sunday Times (2012)It's a fantasy film about an alien planet. Christianity Today (2000)Instead of dialling down the design fantasy, they turn it up. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Fiery Mars revs up your sign and dream jobs come within reach and are followed by fantasy romance. The Sun (2010)Half said they lacked the confidence to talk about their fantasies, while a quarter feared the reaction they might get. The Sun (2015)I haven't been so gripped by a new fantasy series in years. Times, Sunday Times (2007)
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Translations for 'fantasy'
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.
British English: fantasy ADJECTIVE
Fantasy football, baseball, or another sport is a game in which players choose an imaginary team and score points based on the actual performances of the members of their team in real games.
He said he has been playing fantasy baseball for the past five years.
- American English: fantasy
- Brazilian Portuguese: imaginário
- Chinese: 梦幻的
- European Spanish: virtual
- French: avec des équipes imaginaires constituées de joueurs réels
- German: Fantasie-
- Italian: fanta-
- Japanese: 実在するスポーツ選手を選んで架空のチームを作り各選手のシーズン中の実際の点数の合計で勝利チームを決める遊びに用いられる
- Korean: 공상의
- European Portuguese: imaginário
- Spanish: virtual
Definition of fantasy from the Collins English Dictionary
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