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daydreamnoun [C usually singular]

uk   us   /ˈdeɪ.driːm/
a series of pleasant thoughts about something you would prefer to be doing or something you would like to achieve in the future: He never paid attention in class and seemed to be in a permanent daydream. I was just enjoying a daydream about winning the Nobel Prize for literature.
daydream
verb [I] uk   us  
C1 Stop daydreaming and do some work!
daydreamer
noun [C] uk   /-driː.mər/  us   /-driː.mɚ/
Translations of “daydream”
in Korean 백일몽을 꾸다…
in Arabic يَحلَم في النهار…
in Portuguese sonhar acordado…
in Catalan somiar despert…
in Japanese (人)が空想にふける…
in Italian sognare a occhi aperti…
in Chinese (Traditional) 美夢,幻想,白日夢…
in Russian мечтать…
in Turkish hayal kurmak, dalıp gitmek…
in Chinese (Simplified) 美梦,幻想,白日梦…
in Polish marzyć, śnić (na jawie)…
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