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fairynoun [C]

uk   /ˈfeə.ri/  us   /ˈfer.i/
  • fairy noun [C] (IMAGINARY CREATURE)

an ​imaginarycreature with ​magicpowers, usually ​represented as a very ​smallperson with ​wings: Do you ​believe in fairies? She used to ​think there were fairies at the ​bottom of her ​garden.be away with the fairies UK humorous to ​behave in a way that is ​slightlystrange: It's no good ​asking her to take ​care of the ​children - she's away with the fairies most of the ​time.

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  • fairy noun [C] (GAY)

offensive a ​gay man
(Definition of fairy from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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fairynoun [C]

 us   /ˈfeər·i/
an ​imaginarycreature with ​magicalpowers who ​looks like a ​smallperson with ​wings
(Definition of fairy from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Traducciones de “fairy”
en coreano 요정…
en árabe جِنّي, جِنِّيّة…
in Malaysian pari-pari…
en francés fée, (de) fée…
en ruso фея…
en chino (tradicionál) 想像中的生物, 小仙子,小精靈…
en italiano fata…
en turco peri…
en polaco wróżka…
en español hada…
in Vietnamese thần tiên…
en portugués fada…
in Thai นางฟ้า…
en alemán die Fee…
en catalán fada…
en japonés 妖精…
en chino (simplificado) 想象中的生物, 小仙子,小精灵…
in Indonesian peri…
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“fairy” in British English

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farecasting noun
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