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fairy

noun /ˈfeəri/ ( plural fairies)
an imaginary creature in the form of a very small (often winged) human, with magical powers
hada
Children often believe in fairies.
fairy story noun ( plural fairy stories) an old, or children’s, story of fairies, magic etc
cuento de hadas
a book of fairy stories.
an untrue statement; a lie
cuento, patraña
I don’t want to hear any fairy stories!
fairy tale noun a fairy story
cuento de hadas
She enjoyed telling fairy-tales to the children. (also adjective) the fairy-tale appearance of the countryside.
Translations of “fairy”
in Korean 요정…
in Arabic جِنّي, جِنِّيّة…
in French fée, (de) fée…
in Italian fata…
in Chinese (Traditional) 想像中的生物, 小仙子,小精靈…
in Russian фея…
in Turkish peri…
in Polish wróżka…
in Portuguese fada…
in German die Fee…
in Catalan fada…
in Japanese 妖精…
in Chinese (Simplified) 想象中的生物, 小仙子,小精灵…
(Definition of fairy from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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