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Spanish translation of “dream”

dream

noun /driːm/
thoughts and pictures in the mind that come mostly during sleep
sueño
I had a terrible dream last night.
a state of being completely occupied by one’s own thoughts
sueño
Don’t sit there in a dream!
something perfect or very beautiful
maravilla
Your house is a dream!
an ambition or hope
sueño, deseo
It’s my dream to win a Nobel Prize.
dreamer noun a person who is often occupied with his thoughts
soñador
I’m afraid my son is a bit of a dreamer and not very practical.
dreamless adjective (of sleep) sound; not disturbed by dreams.
sin sueños
dreamy adjective (comparative dreamier, superlative dreamiest) as if of a person who is not quite awake
soñador, fantasioso
a dreamy smile She is too dreamy.
dreamily adverb
distraídamente
The couple were gazing dreamily into each other’s eyes.
dreaminess noun
ensoñación
dream up phrasal verb to invent
inventarse, idear
I’m sure she’ll dream up some silly plan.
(Definition of dream from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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