Übersetzung von “fancy” — Englisch–Französisch Wörterbuch

fancy

adjectivefancy /ˈfænsi/ ( fancier, fanciest )
expensive and of high quality
de luxe

fancy restaurants/stores/cars
des restaurants/boutiques/voitures de luxe
≠simple; with lots of extra features added
sophistiqué/-ée

I don't need anything fancy.
Je n'ai pas besoin de quelque chose de sophistiqué.

fancy

verbfancy /ˈfænsi/ Brit
see crush on

(Übersetzung von “fancy” aus dem GLOBAL English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)

fancy

noun /ˈfӕnsi/ (plural fancies)

a sudden (often unexpected) liking or desire

envie
The child had many peculiar fancies.

the power of the mind to imagine things

imagination
She had a tendency to indulge in flights of fancy.

something imagined

impression
He had a sudden fancy that he could see Spring approaching.
fanciful adjective

inclined to have fancies, especially strange, unreal ideas

fantasque
She’s a very fanciful girl.

imaginary or unreal

extravagant
That idea is rather fanciful.
fancifully adverb

d’une manière extravagante/fantasque
fancy dress

a fancy-dress party.

déguisement
take a fancy to

to become fond of, often suddenly or unexpectedly

prendre goût â
They bought that house because they took a fancy to it.
take one’s fancy

to be liked or wanted by (someone)

avoir envie (de)
When I go shopping I just buy anything that takes my fancy.

fancy

verb

to think or have a certain feeling or impression (that)

croire (que)
I fancied (that) you were angry.

to have strong sexual interest in (a person)

se sentir attiré (par/vers)
He fancies her a lot.

(Übersetzung von “fancy” aus dem PASSWORD English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)