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dream

verb
 
 
/driːm/ ( past tense and past participle dreamed, dreamt)
SLEEP [I, T] A2 to experience events and images in your mind while you are sleeping
rüya görmek
[+ (that)] Last night I dreamed that I was flying.Dreaming
IMAGINE [I, T] B1 to imagine something that you would like to happen
hayal etmek/kurmak
[+ of + doing sth] I dream of living on a desert island. [+ (that)] He never dreamed that one day he would become President.Goals and purposes
wouldn't dream of doing sth used to say that you would not do something because you think it is wrong or silly
yapmayı kesinlikle düşünmemek, kafasına yatmamak
Imagining and conceiving
Translations of “dream”
in Korean (잠자는 동안) 꿈을 꾸다, (미래에) 꿈을 꾸다…
in Arabic يَحْلُم…
in Portuguese sonhar…
in Catalan somiar…
in Japanese 夢を見る, 夢見る…
in Italian sognare, sognarsi…
in Chinese (Traditional) 睡覺, 做夢, 夢見…
in Russian видеть сон, мечтать…
in Chinese (Simplified) 睡觉, 做梦, 梦见…
in Polish śnić, marzyć…
(Definition of dream verb from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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