לְפַנְטֵז, לְדַמיֵן לְעַצמוֹ
Verb(1) indulge in fantasies(2) portray in the mind
(1) one might fantasize the death of someone seen as a threat(2) Here the imagination could be set free to revel in the delights of the kingdom of God, to fantasize the total fulfillment that would justify one's earthly pains.(3) they sometimes fantasize the destruction of the world(4) Children in families in which speechlessness dominates and few facts have been disclosed may fantasize details to imagine the parental trauma.(5) You could dress it in superhero costumes, fantasize scenarios in which it pulls off epic feats, and use it to help you escape the imaginary constraints that have been inhibiting you lately.(6) I also liked Wedding Espresso which was about a woman fantasising her wedding plans and very slickly animated.(7) Sure, even I have fantasized about straight hair instead of my frizzy wavy hair.(8) I fantasized about wearing cool clothes and carrying neat gadgets and weapons.(9) I always fantasized about going on an exotic sea cruise to Puerto Rico or San Tropez or the Greek Islands.(10) I couldn't keep myself from tensing at seeing her beautiful face, the face in my dreams and that I fantasized about holding and kissing.(11) The great Denis Diderot, moralist and creator of the EncyclopÔö£┬«die, the bible of the French Enlightenment, went so far as to compose a remarkable piece of prose in which he fantasised a conversation with the girl.(12) Some children told lies as they fantasized about what they had, living aloud their day-dreams.(13) Those of us who lack their spirit of adventure satisfy ourselves with the mediated version, and fantasise the rest.(14) Burton is a brilliant fantasist with a dark vision, and these are attributes that suit Dahl's strange story very well.(15) But the last lines of the poem reveal that the prince has been fantasizing the whole episode; that he has been meditating, on the brink of an important political decision, what he would say if his plans failed and he were forced into exile.(16) As the global flow of people speeds up, and our cities and countries become more diverse, there is no shortage of material out of which to fantasise the enemies of our nightmares.
(1) fantasize :: לְפַנְטֵז
1. daydream ::
2. dream ::
3. muse ::
4. make-believe ::
5. pretend ::
6. imagine ::
9. live in a dream world ::
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