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fancy

noun
 
 
/ˈfænsi/
take a fancy to sb/sth to start to like someone or something a lot: 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: We can go anywhere that takes your fancy.Liking
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