Translation of figment in Spanish:

figment

Pronunciation /ˈfɪɡmənt//ˈfɪɡm(ə)nt/

noun

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    a figment of the imagination (un) producto de la imaginación
    • that boyfriend is just a figment of her imagination ese novio no existe más que en su imaginación / no es más que una fantasía
    • Wallach believes it was probably a figment of his imagination and that what matters is how proudly he told her his story.
    • She knew now that these visions were not figments of her imagination.
    • ‘But vampires are figments of imagination, they aren't real,’ she said with a laugh.
    • They were unpleasant sometimes, but no more so than being in this prison, and they seemed too real to be merely figments of his imagination.
    • We must pretend the bombs don't exist and the explosions are a figment of our imagination.
    • We can find animals in clouds and patterns in the stockmarket, but they are figments of our imagination.
    • Sam is uncertain as to whether this strange new world is real or just a figment of his imagination.
    • The recent analysis, however, suggests that the events depicted were horrifyingly real and not figments of artists' imagination.
    • They are no longer just figments of our imagination,’ he stressed.
    • So at first she did not even know if it was real or a figment of her imagination.
    • He seems less like a real person than like a figment of Bobby's imagination.
    • Which of the following three courses are actually funded by the taxpayer, and which are the figments of my imagination?
    • Within the realms of a dressing room, the concepts of political correctness and employees' rights are but figments of the imagination.
    • No matter how real they seemed, they were just figments of your imagination.
    • Or are they figments of our imagination, as it were?
    • Strangely, none of the people who should have been there were there, but were instead replaced by figments of my imagination.
    • The mothers begin to suspect that their daughters might be figments of their respective imaginations.
    • If you didn't see them on the news pages of respected newspapers, you would think they were figments of a fevered imagination.
    • Funny how all that seems like a figment of the imagination, almost as if it never existed.
    • Though some of the things he saw - or thought he saw - were indeed real, most of it were just figments of his ever-active imagination.