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Translation of "fancy" - English-Spanish dictionary

fancy

noun /ˈfӕnsi/ ( plural fancies)
a sudden (often unexpected) liking or desire capricho, antojo The child had many peculiar fancies. the power of the mind to imagine things fantasía, imaginación She had a tendency to indulge in flights of fancy. something imagined. fantasía fanciful adjective inclined to have fancies, especially strange, unreal ideas caprichoso, soñador She’s a very fanciful girl. imaginary or unreal fantasioso That idea is rather fanciful. fancifully adverb caprichosamente fancy dress noun clothes representing a particular character, nationality, historical period etc disfraz He went to the party in fancy dress (also adjective) a fancy-dress party. take a fancy to to become fond of, often suddenly or unexpectedly tomar cariño They bought that house because they took a fancy to it. take one’s fancy to be liked or wanted by (someone) atraer a alguien, cautivar a alguien When I go shopping I just buy anything that takes my fancy.
(Definition of fancy from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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