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dreamily

adverb uk   /ˈdriː.mɪ.li/ us  
If you say or do something dreamily, you do it as if you are not completely awake and are thinking of pleasant things: "We had a wonderful evening sitting on the beach and looking at the stars," she said dreamily.
Translations of “dreamily”
in Chinese (Traditional) 恍惚地,做夢似地…
in Chinese (Simplified) 恍惚地,做梦似地…
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