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Turkish translation of “dream”

dream

noun
 
 
/driːm/
SLEEP [C] A2 a series of events and images that happen in your mind while you are sleeping
rüya
a bad dream I had a very strange dream last night.Dreaming
HOPE [C] B1 something that you want to happen although it is not very likely
hayal, rüya
It was his dream to become an actor.Goals and purposesUnreal things and unreality
be in a dream UK B2 to not notice things that are around you because you are thinking about something else
hayale dalmak, rüyada olmak
Dreaming
(Definition of dream noun from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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