An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (unrealistic)
a. fantasioso
The children made up some fanciful story about a huge lion.Los niños inventaron un cuento fantasioso de un león enorme.
b. rocambolesco
The plan to run away to Nepal was one of his more fanciful ideas.El plan de escaparse a Nepal fue una de sus ideas más rocambolescas.
2. (elaborate)
a. fantástico
The pages were covered with fanciful illustrations.Las páginas estaban llenas de ilustraciones fantásticas.
b. caprichoso
I was captivated by the fanciful design of the building.Me quedé embelesado con el diseño caprichoso del edificio.
3. (imaginative)
a. imaginativo
Erica is a fanciful writer with a bright future ahead of her.Erica es una escritora imaginativa que tiene mucho futuro por delante.
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (unrealistic)
a. inverosímil
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fanciful [ˈfænsɪfʊl]
[+drawings] fantástico; [+ideas, story, account] descabalado; rocambolesco; [+person] imaginativo; fantasioso; [+temperament] caprichoso; [+imagination] vivo; rico;
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