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romanticizeverb [T]

us   /roʊˈmæn·təˌsɑɪz/
to believe that something is better, more interesting, or more exciting than it really is: He romanticized the life of a spy, not knowing how boring and lonely it can be.
(Definition of romanticize from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)







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romanticizeverb [I]

UK usually romanticise uk   /rəʊˈmæn.tɪ.saɪz/ /rəˈmæn.tɪ.saɪz/ us   /roʊˈmæn.t̬ə.saɪz/
to talk about something in a way that makes it sound better than it really is, or to believe that something is better than it really is: Stop romanticizing! Nothing's that perfect.
(Definition of romanticize from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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