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Translation of "fancy" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

fancy

verb (LIKE) 喜歡     /ˈfænt.si/
[T] mainly UK to want to have or do something 想要;想做 Do you fancy a drink this evening? 你今晚想喝一杯嗎? [+ -ing verb] I didn't fancy swimming in that water. 我不想在那水裡游泳。 Wanting thingsHoping and hopefulness [T] mainly UK informal to be sexually attracted to someone 愛慕,喜歡 He could tell she fancied him. 他看得出她喜歡他。 Sexual attractionAttractive fancy yourself mainly UK disapproving to think you are very attractive or important 自以為是;自命不凡 That Dave really fancies himself, doesn't he? 那個戴夫挺自命不凡的,是吧? Showing arrogance and conceitConfidence and self-assuranceBoasting
(Definition of fancy verb (LIKE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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