Translation of dreamer in Spanish:


soñador, n.

Pronunciation /ˈdrimər//ˈdriːmə/


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    (daydreamer, idealist)
    soñador masculine
    soñadora feminine
    come on, dreamer, hit the ball! ¡anda, no te quedes ahí dormido y dale a la pelota!
    • a band of dreamers unos ilusos
    • She prefers to skewer her opponents on the end of a rapier wit, whether it's bolshie feminists, exploitive therapists, or madcap utopian dreamers.
    • But those people aren't looking for idealistic dreamers; they want to be confident that their capital is going to be conserved.
    • He is known for innovative and fairly dark games and is a perpetual dreamer who has fantastic ideas.
    • I am a romantic, and a dreamer, and all those things that the world despises.
    • Thus, the proponents of local self-government have been cast in the role of reactionaries or Utopian dreamers who fail to understand the principles of modern government.
    • He was knighted by King George VI, and today a memorial lies in Westminster Abbey - an inspiration to young dreamers everywhere.
    • Melanie cleans office buildings but dreams of a better life that Teddo, an idealistic and impractical dreamer, cannot provide.
    • He is also an idealist and a dreamer, and getting away from the bright lights to breathe the fresh air and be close to nature is his idea of bliss.
    • In middle school, the dreams were tempered and explored, and reality formally introduced itself to the young dreamers with disillusionment and pressures both social and academic.
    • Advocates are considered, at best, idealistic dreamers who can't accept the harsh reality of the world, or at times, simply a mere irritation.
    • Nothing will bring a romantic dreamer down to reality faster than the bug, and every biting insect seems to visit us in turn.
    • In any case reality is the opposite of what the world needs, especially in times of turmoil; we need more dreamers, more idealists untouched by the rules that so govern us.
    • Although modernism has its share of utopian dreamers, many artists of the past century have instead celebrated the fragmentary and the glimpsed.
    • He even sees something of himself in Jan - he, too, used to be a dreamer, an angry young man, and he, too, wanted to change the world before real life got in the way.
    • ‘We were considered the clowns, the dreamers, the romantics,’ he adds.
    • There is a dynamic mix of industry veterans who have helped pioneer digital technologies, and a regular influx of ambitious and talented young dreamers who are relocating here from around the world.
    • But adults often say that idealism is for dreamers.
    • These groups and leaders are neither idealistic dreamers nor neo-hippie do-gooders.
    • This is a beautiful record for hopeless romantics and dreamers - don't let the cynics tell you otherwise.
    • But young Noel was a dreamer, a loner, a defiant reader.