Translation of fey in Spanish:


vidente, adj.

Pronunciation /feɪ//feɪ/

adjectivefeyer, feyest


  • 1

    • Just another human with fey ancestry working for the Grey Detective Agency, where we specialized in supernatural problems, magical solutions.
    • The key to her salvation is the fascinating combination of her fey powers with her steadfastly mortal mind.
    • King Arthur was surrounded by fey women, all intimately concerned with his fate.
  • 2

    • Depp plays it low camp and fey, with beard braids, gold teeth and smudged mascara, and he does that Mike Myers / Dr Evil hand-to-mouth thing, only with the forefinger.
    • They do not have this strange, fey reticence to engage in ‘the blame game.’
    • My personal distaste for fey singers aside, British quartet the Buffseeds offer up a decent and quite listenable album.
    • Rather they convey an image of Ireland as a fey, mysterious place where funny things happen - funny strange and funny ha-ha.
    • He and co-founder/keyboardist Chris Seligman grew up together in Toronto, best friends who shared a love of fey, pretentious pop from across the pond.
    • In fact 50% more people in Melbourne stayed with Nicole's fey acting and the slick film making of Baz Luhrmann.
    • She was a fey creature from beginning to end, clinging to her white dress and teacup, scrawling the odd missive, at a loss in the environment she made her home and among the Warlpiri people who became her rescuers and friends.
    • There are fey frowns and cynical or innocent smiles.
    • ‘The Second Line’ features the most precious, fey vocal stylings.
    • There's something not a little heart-breaking in seeing intelligent, beautiful women whose faces show their experience going through the motions of fey girlishness.
    • The mother, whom the author renames as Eily, is an archetypal O'Brien heroine - beautiful, free-loving and fey, whose only crime is compassion.
    • Pat McGarvey is a lounge pioneer, a man to whom the phrase Austin Powers conjures up an image of the Six Million Dollar Man and his sharp-dressed head honcho Oscar rather than a fey secret agent with alarming dentistry.
    • A year on from their emergence into the public eye, we are swamped with soporific, overwrought, piano-led rock played by lip-trembling white boys with messy hair, student debts and fey voices.
    • Matthew MacFadyen is a notably fey King's Justice and Bettany looks tortured and panicked, as if his old employer Lars von Trier was waving to him from behind the camera.
    • The slightly gauche figure-drawing adds to the carvings' fey allure, but their chief trait is an obsession with describing drapery and water in very low relief through swathes of sinuously convoluted line.
    • And then he proceeds to fill them with all kinds of fey things, and blends ‘reality’ with ‘fantasy’ until no one knows which way is up anymore.
    • She'll be in need of some fey, shy boy affections.
    • The Divine Comedy is primarily Neil Hannon, an idiosyncratic, vaguely fey Brit who does a mean impression of Thom Yorke doing a mean impression of Cole Porter.
    • Endearingly fey one minute, Norton will then go straight for the jugular of some poor, taste-challenged Pom in the audience, or phone an American eccentric on his dog-phone.
    • In today's political climate nothing spells defeat for Democrats more than the image of a bunch of fey, ivory tower eggheads running the military.