fantasise
British variant of fantasize

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • fantasise — British English spelling of FANTASIZE (Cf. fantasize). For suffix, see IZE (Cf. ize). Related: Fantasised; fantasising …   Etymology dictionary

  • fantasise — (Brit.) v. daydream, indulge in reverie, indulge in fantasy; imagine, dream up (also fantasize) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • fantasise — v. (D; intr.) to fantasise about …   Combinatory dictionary

  • fantasise — verb a) To indulge in fantasy; to imagine things only possible in fantasy. b) To portray in the mind, using fantasy …   Wiktionary

  • fantasise — UK [ˈfæntəsaɪz] / US [ˈfæntəˌsaɪz] fantasize …   English dictionary

  • fantasise — /ˈfæntəsaɪz / (say fantuhsuyz) verb (i) (fantasised, fantasising) to indulge in an extended and elaborate daydream. Also, fantasize. –fantasiser, noun …   Australian English dictionary

  • fantasise — verb 1. indulge in fantasies he is fantasizing when he says he plans to start his own company • Syn: ↑fantasy, ↑fantasize • Derivationally related forms: ↑fantasy (for: ↑fantasize), ↑ …   Useful english dictionary

  • fantasised — fantasise (Brit.) v. daydream, indulge in reverie, indulge in fantasy; imagine, dream up (also fantasize) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • fantasises — fantasise (Brit.) v. daydream, indulge in reverie, indulge in fantasy; imagine, dream up (also fantasize) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • fantasising — fantasise (Brit.) v. daydream, indulge in reverie, indulge in fantasy; imagine, dream up (also fantasize) …   English contemporary dictionary

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