fantasy

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İngilizce - Türkçe
fantezi

Bu fantezi kitap gösterişli çok güzel büyülerin bir birbirini izlemesidir ve onun yerine bu onu sıkıcı yapar. - This fantasy book is a succession of really flashy magical spells and that makes it boring instead.

Sen sadece kendini bir fantezi ile teselli ediyorsun! - You're just comforting yourself with a fantasy!

{i} kurgu
garabet
düşlem
düş gücü
hayal

Tom bir hayal dünyasında yaşıyor. - Tom lives in a world of fantasy.

Durgun olan çocuk bir hayal dünyasında yaşamaya daha meyillidir. - The inactive child is far more inclined to live in a world of fantasy.

düş

Yoksulluk içinde yaşamak, bazı kadınların fantezisidir. Onlar bunun biraz romantik olduğunu düşünüyorlar. - Living in poverty is some women's fantasy. They think it's somewhat romantic.

imgelem
{i} acayip fikir
{i} müz. fantezi
{i} kuruntu
{i} fantezi, düşlem, sınırsız hayal veya hayal gücü
(Tıp) Hayal, hülya, kuruntu
{i} hayal gücü
{i} vehim
fantazi

Tom gerçeklik ve fantazi arasındaki farkı bilmiyor. - Tom doesn't know the difference between reality and fantasy.

Fantazi dünyasında yaşıyorsun. - You live in a fantasy world.

hayalin
fantaziler
fantaze
fantasy game
hayal oyunu
fantasy novel
fantastik romanı
fantasy poetry
fantazi şiir
a flight of fantasy
Hayâl ürünü, gerçekleşmesi muhtemel görünmeyen şey
foster child fantasy
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) üvey evlat fantazisi
phantasy
kapris
affect fantasy
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) duygu fantazisi
incest fantasy
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) ensest fantazisi
phantasy
{i} kurgu
phantasy
{i} kuruntu
phantasy
{i} hayal
phantasy
hayal gücü
phantasy
{i} fantezi
phantasy
acayip fikir
phantasy
{i} imgelem
schizoid fantasy
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) şizoid düşlem
uterine fantasy
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) rahim fantazisi
womb fantasy
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) karın fantazisi
İngilizce - İngilizce
To fantasize (about)
That which comes from one's imagination
The drug gamma-hydroxybutyric acid
The literary genre generally dealing with themes of magic and fictive medieval technology
{n} a specter, a ghost, something imaginary
{f} imagine, simulate, daydream, portray in the mind
Fantasy is the activity of imagining things. a world of imagination, passion, fantasy, reflection. Mental images or imaginary narratives that distort or entirely depart from reality. Primary fantasies arise spontaneously from the unconscious, while secondary fantasies are consciously summoned and pursued. Sigmund Freud saw fantasy as a vehicle for the expression of repressed desires (see repression). Fantasy is important in the lives of children and is a vital element in play. In adult life it is crucial to creative thinking and the making of art. Fantasy can become destructive if it serves as a constant refuge from the world of reality and a source of delusions
This genre is any story of the impossible- a tale that has events happening that could never happen in the natural world
a piece in which the composer is liberated from most of the normal constraints and conventions of musical form
The creative interpretation of an event by group members to fulfill some need The creative interpretation of an event by group members to fulfill some need
a coin that has nothing to do with reality
A type of fiction in which the rules of the world are different; animals talk, magic works, and strange creatures exist fiction--Writing from the imagination, or writing containing elements of imagination, fable, or tale Also known as "lies," or "something you've made up "
the creative matrix For Jung creative imagination had immense importance "Everything that the human mind has ever created sprang from contents which, in the last analysis, existed once as unconscious seeds" (Structure and Dynamics of the Psyche) It was bound up with the roots of human and animal instinctuality, unified the functions of consciousness, and liberated the spirit of play Fantasy: a pre-stage of the symbol, hence the importance of the child's fantasy life Play is the dynamic principle of fantasy Fantasy breaks down into fantasm (complex of ideas without an objective referent) and imaginative activity Making it concrete enforces study of it and lets its effects manifest fully
something many people believe that is false; "they have the illusion that I am very wealthy"
In art is departure from accepted appearances or relationships for the sake of psychological expression; may exist within any art style, but usually thought of in connection with realism; unencumbered flights of pictorial fancy, freely interpreted or invented
imagination unrestricted by reality; "a schoolgirl fantasy"
You can refer to a story or situation that someone creates from their imagination and that is not based on reality as fantasy. The film is more of an ironic fantasy than a horror story
fiction with a large amount of fantasy in it; "she made a lot of money writing romantic fantasies
{i} product of the imagination, fancy; illusion
That which comes from ones imagination
In CSS terms, a generic font-family category which includes decorative or display fonts and should be used as a "fall back" after a series of named fonts: H1 PosterHead{ font-family: Algerian "Lucida Grand" fantasy; } Fantasy class fonts are not recommended for low scale body text
A creation of something heretofore nonexistent, eg, a note or any collectible, or a piece of art, etc, intended to defraud collectors by implying genuine historical significance The Shroud of Turin comes to mind
To have a fancy for; to be pleased with; to like; to fancy
Fantastic designs
A highly imaginative tale about somewhat believable, but nonexistent, characters, places, and events
fantasy has nothing to do with an opposition between reality and illusion , but rather interjects a third term, physical reality, that structures them both The classic account of fantasy in Laplanche and Pontalis [1968] 'Fantasy and the Origins of Sexuality'
imagination unrestricted by reality; "a schoolgirl fantasy" fiction with a large amount of fantasy in it; "she made a lot of money writing romantic fantasies
fiction with a large amount of fantasy in it; "she made a lot of money writing romantic fantasies"
Fancy; imagination; especially, a whimsical or fanciful conception; a vagary of the imagination; whim; caprice; humor
In LeGuin's term, literature that is grounded in a supernatural, non-scientific, magical worldview For LeGuin, fantasy is the "grandmother"; SF is one of the "kids "
A fantasy is a pleasant situation or event that you think about and that you want to happen, especially one that is unlikely to happen. fantasies of romance and true love. = dream
Any conscious break with reality, whether in the relatively benign forms of caprices and daydreams, or in the more psychologically charged delusions and hallucinations
A medal struck, not as a possible coin design (pattern), but simply as a piece of art/sculpture in a numismatic form Many fantasy coins have become collectors items eg the numerous issues struck following the abdication of Edward VIII and various private designs struck around the time of decimalisation
A story that is realistic except for one important detail, which is so handled as to give the story an imaginative and whimsical tone (for example, "By the Waters of Babylon" which is realistic, except for the fact that it is supposed to take place in the future after present civilization has been destroyed)
something that can bring you unlimited joy as long as you don't try to realize it
stories set in an unreal world Fantasy is based upon the imagination in one's mind
fantasy collapse
An artificial or imagined reality is in a state of fantasy collapse when the assumed truths erode to reveal a different, usually more realistic, reality
fantasy football
A competition in which participants select combinations of players in a real league and score points according to their performance
fantasy land
An ideal place that does not exist in reality

In the movie Back to School, an economics professor suggests building a factory in a place where no political corruption must be calculated into the costs; the protagonist replies How about fantasy land?.

fantasy lands
plural form of fantasy land
fantasy football
a game in which lots of people make imaginary football teams by choosing real players. They get points according to how well the players do in real games, and the winner is the person whose team gets the most points
fantasy life
an imaginary life lived in a fantasy world
fantasy world
something existing solely in the imagination (but often mistaken for reality)
phantasy
Alternative spelling of fantasy

what man has hitherto known only in febrile phantasy and tenuous legend? The Shadow Over Innsmouth by H. P. Lovecraft.

a flight of fantasy
An idea which shows a lot of imagination but which is not practical or useful in real situations
fantasied
{a} filled with fancies, very whimsical
fantasied
Filled with fancies or imaginations
fantasied
{s} imaginary, occurring in a fantasy
fantasies
plural of fantasy
phantasy
see fantasy. an old spelling of fantasy
phantasy
fiction with a large amount of fantasy in it; "she made a lot of money writing romantic fantasies"
phantasy
{i} imaginary vision, hallucination, delusion; work of literature which describes imaginary worlds
phantasy
imagination unrestricted by reality; "a schoolgirl fantasy"
phantasy
rare, archaic, alternative spelling of fantasy
phantasy
something many people believe that is false; "they have the illusion that I am very wealthy"
phantasy
See Fantasy, and Fancy
fantasy