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daydream
American English: /ˈdeɪˌdrim/
British English: /ˈdeɪdriːm/

intransitive verb

  • (have false hopes)
    hacerse ilusiones
    Example sentences
    • When he was 11, his teachers had to tell him to stop daydreaming about acting all the time and work harder at his studies.
    • It didn't stop her from daydreaming though, that she could be the girl to help him love again.
    • Even so, she had never stopped wistfully daydreaming about what could have been, of the life she could have lived on Lothos.

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