小说，虚构的文学作品; 虚构的或想像出的事，并非完全真实的事; 编造，虚构
Fiction takes up a large slice of the publishing market.
Naomi's mothering experiences are poignantly described in her fiction.
The line between fact and fiction is becoming blurred.
The fantasy-fiction tribe will have their tattoos of dragons.
He was not always so enthusiastic about science fiction.
It was fiction, he told Mr Justice Tugendhat.
He prefers light fiction to serious novels.
I have read many detective fictions.
He has read many American fictions.
Fiction refers to books and stories about imaginary people and events, rather than books about real people or events.
also N in pl
Immigrant tales have always been popular themes in fiction...
Diana is a writer of historical fiction.
A statement or account that is fiction is not true.
The truth or fiction of this story has never been truly determined.
If something is a fiction, it is not true, although people sometimes pretend that it is true.
The idea that the United States could harmoniously accommodate all was a fiction.
He prefers light fictions to serious novels.
Her story was a pure fiction.
1. a literary work based on the imagination and not necessarily on fact
2. a deliberately false or improbable account
novel, romance, fiction, story, fable, tale
late Middle English (in the sense 'invented statement'): via Old French from Latin fictio(n-), from fingere 'form, contrive'. Compare with feign and figment