Sinónimos de fantastic en inglés:


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1‘it's a fantastic notion, but it would explain everything’

fanciful, extravagant, extraordinary, irrational, wild, mad, absurd, far-fetched, nonsensical, incredible, unbelievable, unthinkable, implausible, improbable, unlikely, doubtful, dubious
strange, peculiar, odd, queer, weird, eccentric, insane, whimsical, capricious
imaginary, visionary, romantic, unreal, illusory, make-believe
coloquial crazy, cock-eyed, oddball, off the wall
Britanico coloquial barmy, potty, daft


2‘a memory of fantastic accuracy’

tremendous, remarkable, great, terrific, enormous, huge, striking, impressive, outstanding, phenomenal, monumental, overwhelming

3‘the mountains assumed weird and fantastic shapes’

strange, weird, bizarre, outlandish, queer, peculiar, eccentric, grotesque, freakish, surreal, exotic
whimsical, fanciful, quaint, imaginative, elaborate, ornate, intricate, rococo, baroque, phantasmagoric, Kafkaesque

ordinary, unremarkable

4‘a fantastic new car’

marvellous, wonderful, sensational, magnificent, outstanding, superb, superlative, excellent, very good, first-rate, first-class, dazzling, out of this world, breathtaking
coloquial great, terrific, tremendous, fabulous, fab, mega, super, stellar, ace, magic, A1, cracking, cool, wicked, awesome, amazeballs, way-out, def, supercalifragilisticexpialidocious
Britanico coloquial brilliant, brill, smashing, bosting
inglés de Australia, inglés de Nueva Zelanda coloquial bonzer
Britanico coloquial, anticuado spiffing, topping, tip-top, top-notch, capital

ordinary, poor