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fancy

noun
 
 
/ˈfænsi/
take a fancy to sb/sth to start to like someone or something a lot
birinden/birşeyden çok hoşlanmaya başlamak, beğenmek, sevmek
Marina had taken a fancy to her.Liking
take sb's fancy If something or someone takes your fancy, you find them interesting or attractive.
hoşuna gitmek, ilginç gelmek, enteresan ve çekici bulmak
We can go anywhere that takes your fancy.Liking
Translations of “fancy”
in Spanish capricho, antojo, fantasía…
in French envie, imagination, impression…
in German die Vorliebe, die Phantasie, die Vorstellung…
in Chinese (Simplified) 你喜欢的事物/人…
in Chinese (Traditional) 你喜歡的事物/人…
(Definition of fancy noun from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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