English translation of 'fantasiar'
fantasiar-se reflexive verb
to dress up (in fancy dress)
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'fantasiar' in Other Languages
British English: fancy /ˈfænsɪ/ VERB
If you fancy something, you want to have it or do it.
Do you fancy going to see a film sometime?
- American English: fancy
- Arabic: يَرْغَبُ في
- Brazilian Portuguese: gostar de
- Chinese: 想象
- Croatian: željeti
- Czech: mít chuť
- Danish: kunne tænke sig
- Dutch: zin hebben in
- European Spanish: tener ganas de
- Finnish: tykätä
- French: être attiré par
- German: jemanden attraktiv finden
- Greek: συμπαθώ
- Italian: piacere
- Japanese: ･･･が気に入る
- Korean: 공상하다
- Norwegian: forestille (seg)
- Polish: mieć ochotę na
- European Portuguese: fantasiar
- Romanian: a-și imagina
- Russian: желать
- Spanish: apetecer
- Swedish: tycka om
- Thai: ปรารถนา
- Turkish: hoşlanmak
- Ukrainian: хотіти
- Vietnamese: thích
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.
Translation of fantasiar from the Collins Portuguese to English Dictionary
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