Translation of fanciful in Spanish:


extravagante, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈfænsəfəl//ˈfansɪfʊl//ˈfansɪf(ə)l/


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    (idea/plan/suggestion) extravagante
    (idea/plan/suggestion) descabellado
    • Okay, so admittedly that may be a fanciful and unrealistic goal.
    • He'd always said such things like that, always so fanciful and imaginative with an underlying tone of seriousness.
    • He is less imaginative or fanciful than Tom, but more practical.
    • The idea of a team made up of footballers who could play anywhere, moving around the pitch as the game and their colleagues demanded, now seems quaint and fanciful.
    • Is it really so fanciful to expect coffee shops and bars to provide internet access on the house?
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