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phantasmagoria

noun [S] uk   /ˌfæn.tæz.məˈɡɔː.ri.ə/ us    /-ˈɡɔːr.i-/ literary
a confused group of real or imagined images that change quickly, one following the other as in a dream
Translations of “phantasmagoria”
in Chinese (Traditional) (真實或幻覺形象)變幻無常的情景, 夢幻景象…
in Chinese (Simplified) (真实或幻觉形象)变幻无常的情景, 梦幻景象…
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