soñar con

soñar con(
An intransitive verb phrase is a phrase that combines a verb with a preposition or other particle and does not require a direct object (e.g. Everybody please stand up.).
intransitive verb phrase
1. (to have dreams about)
a. to dream about
Soñaba con ella todas las noches.I dreamed about her every night.
b. to dream of
Muy a menudo sueño con volar.I very often dream of flying.
c. to dream
Ayer soñé con que me perdía en un bosque.Last night I dreamt I got lost in a forest.
2. (to imagine)
a. to dream of
Janis sueña con convertirse en estrella del rock.Janis dreams of becoming a rock star.
b. to dream about
Aquella no era la India con que Ghandi había soñado.That wasn't the India Ghandi had dreamt about.
c. to dream
En la universidad soñaba con tener mi propia casa y un buen trabajo.When I was at university, I used to dream I had my own house and a good job.
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