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be hearing/imagining/seeing things

informal to ​think you are ​experiencing something that is not really ​happening: I'm ​sure I ​saw my ​glasses on this ​table, but they're not here now. I must have been ​seeing things.
(Definition of be hearing/imagining/seeing things from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “be hearing/imagining/seeing things”
in Chinese (Simplified) 产生幻觉…
in Chinese (Traditional) 產生幻覺…
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