Definition of dream away in English:

dream away

Translate dream away into Spanish

phrasal verb

  • dream something away, dream away somethingWaste one's time in a lazy, unproductive way.

    ‘we dreamed our lives away’
    • ‘A luxurious thing, to dream away an afternoon in the dark.’
    • ‘Read your glossy magazines and dream away the long, lonely hours with thoughts of when your chance might come.’
    • ‘I could have pulled the covers over my head and dreamed away another hour and a half at least.’
    • ‘They dream away their twilights now in prisons for the aged.’
    • ‘They might, out of abject fear and loneliness, dream away the hours on observation post, delighting, as Cacciato does, in a stick of Black Jack gum.’
    • ‘The show will be a chill-out zone with a difference featuring music perfect for dreaming away the small hours.’
    • ‘I suddenly decided I wasn't going to waste six years dreaming my life away on a goat farm!’
    • ‘Sometimes it's hard not to dream your life away.’