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Translation of "fancy" - English-Turkish dictionary

fancy

verb [T]     /ˈfænsi/
WANT UK
B1 to want to have or do something düşlemek, arzu etmek, canı çekmek, istemek Do you fancy a drink? [+ doing sth] We fancy going to the Caribbean for our holiday.Feelings of desire
PERSON UK informal
to feel sexually attracted to someone cinsel olarak çekici/cazibeli bulmak/olmak I fancied him the first time I saw him.Sexual attractionAttractive
fancy (that)! UK informal
used to show that you are surprised or shocked by something Ooo!, Bak sen!, Vay vay vay! [+ doing sth] Fancy seeing you here!InterjectionsSounds used as interjectionsExpressions of surprise
THINK formal
to think that something is true zannetmek, sanmak, farzetmek [+ (that)] I fancy that he was smiling, but I can't be sure.Guessing, supposing and suspecting
(Definition of fancy verb from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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