intransitive verb
1. (to have hallucinations) 
El paciente alucinaba y decía cosas sin sentido.The patient was hallucinating and talking nonsense.
2. (colloquial) (to be delirious) 
a. to be out of one's mind (colloquial) 
¿Estás alucinando? Ni loco me meto en esa agua sucia.Are you out of your mind? I'm not diving into that filthy water.
b. to be crazy (colloquial) 
Debes estar alucinando para pensar que te voy a prestar $2,000.You must be crazy to think that I'm going to lend you $2,000.
transitive verb
3. (to beguile) 
El estafador nos alucinó con su astucia y nos robó el dinero.The scammer deceived us with his cunning and stole our money.
4. (colloquial) (to fascinate) 
a. to amaze 
El mago nos alucinó a todos con sus trucos.The magician amazed us all with this tricks.
pronominal verb
5. (to be fascinated) 
Cuando llegué a la cima de la montaña, me aluciné totalmente con la vista.When I reached the top of the hill, I was absolutely amazed with the view.
intransitive verb
1. (medicine) 
a. to hallucinate 
2. (colloquial) 
a. no direct translation 
¡tú alucinas!you must be dreaming!
¡yo alucino!I can't believe it!
transitive verb
3. (seducir) 
a. to hypnotize, to captivate 
4. (gustar) 
a. no direct translation 
le alucinan las motoshe's crazy about motorbikes
transitive verb
1 (engañar) to delude; deceive
2 (España) (fascinar)
me alucinó lo que pasó I was gobsmacked at what happened (muy_familiar)
intransitive verb
1 (padecer alucinaciones) to hallucinate
2 (España) (delirar)
¡tú alucinas! you're seeing things!; ¡este tío alucina! this guy must be joking! (familiar); yo alucino con esa canción I love this song; yo alucinaba al ver tanta cosa I was gobsmacked at all the stuff I saw (muy_familiar)
pronominal verb
alucinarse to delude o.s.
alucinarse de algo to be gobsmacked at sth (muy_familiar)
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