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WANTING, LIKING, OR THINKING 想;喜欢;认为
VERB 想要;想做 If you fancy something, you want to have it or to do it.
What do you fancy doing, anyway?...
Do you fancy going to see a movie sometime?...
N-COUNT (尤指一时的)喜好，渴望 A fancy is a liking or desire for someone or something, especially one that does not last long.
She did not suspect that his interest was just a passing fancy.
VERB 爱慕;对(异性)着迷 If you fancy someone, you feel attracted to them, especially in a sexual way.
The boys would tease you to death if they didn't fancy you...
I think he thinks I fancy him or something.
VERB 想让自己成为;想让自己做 If you fancy yourself as a particular kind of person or fancy yourself doing a particular thing, you like the idea of being that kind of person or doing that thing.
So you fancy yourself as the boss someday?...
I didn't fancy myself wearing a kilt.
VERB 以为(自己)是;把(自己)当成 If you say that someone fancies themselves (as) a particular kind of person, you mean that they think, often wrongly, that they have the good qualities which that kind of person has.
She fancies herself a bohemian...
She knew Felix fancied himself as a connoisseur.
VERB 相信(参赛的某队或某人)会赢 If you say that you fancy a particular competitor or team in a competition, you think they will win.
You have to fancy Bath because they are the most consistent team in England...
I fancy England to win through.
VERB 认为;料想 If you fancy that something is the case, you think or suppose that it is so.
When Ferris looked up he fancied that he saw a shadow pass close to the window...
She fancied he was trying to hide a smile.
N-VAR (不切实际的)想象，幻想 A fancy is an idea that is unlikely, untrue, or imaginary.
His last book is a bold, at times surrealistic mixture of fact and fancy.
...a childhood fancy.
EXCLAM (表达惊奇或不赞成)真想不到，太意外 You say 'fancy' or 'fancy that' when you want to express surprise or disapproval.
It was very tasteless. Fancy talking like that so soon after his death...
'Fancy that!' smiled Conti.
PHRASE (通常指不知何故就)爱上，喜欢上 If you take a fancy to someone or something, you start liking them, usually for no understandable reason.
Sylvia took quite a fancy to him...
The King took a fancy to ordering disguises and masks.
PHRASE 招…喜欢;逗…喜爱 If something takes your fancy or tickles your fancy, you like it a lot when you see it or think of it.
She makes most of her own clothes, copying any fashion which takes her fancy.
ELABORATE OR EXPENSIVE 精致的;昂贵的
ADJ-GRADED 别致的;精美的;花哨的 If you describe something as fancy, you mean that it is special, unusual, or elaborate, for example because it has a lot of decoration.
It was packaged in a fancy plastic case with attractive graphics.
ADJ-GRADED (过于)奢华的，豪华的，昂贵的 If you describe something as fancy, you mean that it is very expensive or of very high quality, and you often dislike it because of this.
He owned a fancy house out on Lake Agawam...
They sent me to a fancy private school.