[in imperative] informal Used, especially in spoken English, as an ironic comment on the unlikely or impractical nature of a plan or aspiration: Dean thinks he’s going to get the job. Dream on, babe
More example sentences
- And when they hear a novel idea, they laugh, ‘Well, it's just a pie in the sky… dream on, brother!’
- Yeah right, dream on, when in history did the people of an imperial nation stop their government's barbarian behavior.
- And as for your other request, that we help you get your piece up on Daypop or Blogdex, well, Christ, dream on, Man.
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