Translation of "fancy" - English-Portuguese dictionary

fancy

adjective uk /ˈfæn·si/ us /ˈfæn·si/

expensive and fashionable

luxuoso, extravagante
a fancy restaurant

complicated or having a lot of decoration

complicado, exagerado
That dress is too fancy for a little girl.
verb uk /ˈfæn·si/ us /ˈfæn·si/ present participle fancying, past tense and past participle fancied UK informal

B1 to want to have or do something

sentir vontade de, estar a fim de
Do you fancy a drink?

to feel sexually attracted to someone

gostar de, sentir atração por
I fancied him the first time I saw him.
noun uk /ˈfæn·si/ us /ˈfæn·si/
take a fancy to someone/something

to start to like someone or something a lot

começar a gostar de alguém/algo
Marina had taken a fancy to her.

(Translation of “fancy” from the Cambridge English–Portuguese Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)