dream in English
- dream ⇄ adj. (Informal.) realizing a perfection not expected except in a dream; desirable or ideal.
Ex. a dream vacation. The only trouble with a dream house is that the owner never dreams how much it's going to cost (Wall Street Journal).english
- dream ⇄ adv. dreamingly. english
- dream ⇄ dream, noun, verb, dreamedordreamt,dreaming,adjective. english
- dream ⇄ expr. dream up, (Informal.) to create (an invention, plan, or the like) mentally.
Ex. In his spare time he was always dreaming up new gadgets. He is studying new scores, or worrying about an oncoming script, or dreaming up ideas for Philharmonic prenglish
- dream ⇄ noun 1. something thought, felt, seen, or heard during sleep.
Ex. I had a bad dream last night.
2. (Figurative.) something as unreal as a dream.
Ex. Life is an empty dream (Robert Browning).
(SYN) vision, fantasy.
- dream ⇄ v.i. 1. to have dreams.
Ex. During the night the little boy dreamed of having a dog.
2. (Figurative.) to have daydreams.
Ex. She dreamed of being in the movies.
3. (Figurative.) to think of something as possible; conceive.
Ex. The little boy dreamed that he was flying. On that last night ... I dreamed a vision of the dead (Tennyson).
2. (Figurative.) to think of (something) as possible; suppose