Translation of fey in Spanish:

fey

Pronunciation: /feɪ/

adjective/adjetivo (-er, -est)

(especially British English/especialmente inglés británico)
  • 1.1 (clairvoyant) vidente
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    • King Arthur was surrounded by fey women, all intimately concerned with his fate.
    • The key to her salvation is the fascinating combination of her fey powers with her steadfastly mortal mind.
    • Just another human with fey ancestry working for the Grey Detective Agency, where we specialized in supernatural problems, magical solutions.
    1.2 (whimsical) fantasioso
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    • Rather they convey an image of Ireland as a fey, mysterious place where funny things happen - funny strange and funny ha-ha.
    • The Divine Comedy is primarily Neil Hannon, an idiosyncratic, vaguely fey Brit who does a mean impression of Thom Yorke doing a mean impression of Cole Porter.
    • There are fey frowns and cynical or innocent smiles.

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