Traducción de fantasist en español:

fantasist

fantasioso, n.

Pronunciación /ˈfæn(t)əsəst/ /ˈfantəsɪst/

Ver definición en español de fantasioso

nombre

  • 1

    (person who fantasizes)
    fantasioso masculino
    fantasiosa femenino
    • The defendant, who vigorously denies the claims, said the mother-of-two was a "fantasist" fuelled by a love of money.
    • The company's spokesman has said sorry for suggesting the deceased man was a Walter Mitty fantasist.
    • Like all fantasists, the young man lived in a world of his own.
    • He was effectively found guilty, not of being a terrorist, but of being a fantasist.
    • He was himself a talented runner in his day, but "a bit of a fantasist" according to a national coach who remembers him.
    • Meanwhile, the immutable laws of Fleet Street demanded that the paper's scoop be derided and its star witness dismissed as a fantasist.
    • This documented fact makes the writer's supposed statistic look like the wishful thinking of a fantasist.
    • There are continuing doubts about the reliability of his confession, and widespread suggestions that he might be a mentally ill fantasist.
    • Naturally the defence subjected all this to microscopic scrutiny, and sought to portray the accuser as a fantasist.
    • He is just a fantasist and these absurd stories shouldn't be given any credibility.
  • 2

    (writer of fantasies)
    escritor de literatura fantástica masculino
    escritora de literatura fantástica femenino