dream是什么意思 dream在线翻译 dream什么意思 dream的意思 dream的翻译 dream的解释 dream的发音 dream的同义词 dream的反义词 dream的例句
dream英 [dri:m] 美 [drim]
不及物动词梦想; 做梦; 梦见; 想到
及物动词梦想; 做梦; 想到
名词梦想; 梦; 愿望
形容词梦的; 理想的; 不切实际的
1. dream out : 凭想象虚构; 凭空想象出；
1. I dream of being the best footballer in the town.
2. She dreamed that she could fly.
1. Mary once dreamed of God.
2. He dreamed of becoming a movie star when he was young.
1. His dream of being a doctor has come true.
2. He realized the dream of his life time.
1. dream：designed restriction enzyme assisted mutagenesis; 设计限制酶辅助突变
2. dream：data retrieval entry and management; 数据检索登录管理
A dream is an imaginary series of events that you experience in your mind while you are asleep.
e.g. He had a dream about Claire...
e.g. I had a dream that I was in an old study, surrounded by leather books.
When you dream, you experience imaginary events in your mind while you are asleep.
e.g. Ivor dreamed that he was on a bus...
e.g. She dreamed about her baby.
You can refer to a situation or event as a dream if you often think about it because you would like it to happen.
e.g. He had finally accomplished his dream of becoming a pilot...
e.g. My dream is to have a house in the country...
If you often think about something that you would very much like to happen or have, you can say that you dream of it.
e.g. As a schoolgirl, she had dreamed of becoming an actress...
e.g. For most of us, a brand new designer kitchen is something we can only dream about...
You can use dream to describe something that you think is ideal or perfect, especially if it is something that you thought you would never be able to have or experience.
e.g. He had his dream house built on the banks of the river Bure.
e.g. ...a dream holiday to Jamaica.
If you describe something as a particular person's dream, you think that it would be ideal for that person and that he or she would like it very much.
e.g. Greece is said to be a botanist's dream...
e.g. He's every girl's dream!
If you say that something is a dream, you mean that it is wonderful.
You can refer to a situation or event that does not seem real as a dream, especially if it is very strange or unpleasant.
e.g. When the right woman comes along, this bad dream will be over.
If you say that you would not dream of doing something, you are emphasizing that you would never do it because you think it is wrong or is not possible or suitable for you.
e.g. I wouldn't dream of making fun of you...
e.g. My sons would never dream of expecting their clothes to be ironed.
If you say that you never dreamed that something would happen, you are emphasizing that you did not think that it would happen because it seemed very unlikely.
e.g. I never dreamed that I would be able to afford a home here...
e.g. Who could ever dream of a disaster like this?...
11. see also: pipe dream;wet dream
If you tell someone to dream on, you mean that something they are hoping for is unlikely to happen.
e.g. 'Perhaps one day I may go on a relaxing holiday.' — 'Yeah, dream on.'
If you say that you are in a dream, you mean that you do not concentrate properly on what you are doing because you are thinking about other things.
e.g. All day long I moved in a dream.
If you say that someone does something like a dream, you think that they do it very well. If you say that something happens like a dream, you mean that it happens successfully without any problems.
e.g. She cooked like a dream...
e.g. His ship had sailed like a dream.
If you describe someone or something as the person or thing of your dreams, you mean that you consider them to be ideal or perfect.
e.g. This could be the man of my dreams.
If you say that you could not imagine a particular thing in your wildest dreams, you are emphasizing that you think it is extremely strange or unlikely.
e.g. Never in my wildest dreams did I think we could win.
If you describe something as being beyond your wildest dreams, you are emphasizing that it is better than you could have imagined or hoped for.
e.g. She had already achieved success beyond her wildest dreams.
1. a fantastic but vain hope (from fantasies induced by the opium pipe)
e.g. I have this pipe dream about being emperor of the universe
Synonym: pipe dream
2. a state of mind characterized by abstraction and release from reality
e.g. he went about his work as if in a dream
3. a series of mental images and emotions occurring during sleep
e.g. I had a dream about you last night
4. imaginative thoughts indulged in while awake
e.g. he lives in a dream that has nothing to do with reality
5. a cherished desire
e.g. his ambition is to own his own business
6. someone or something wonderful
e.g. this dessert is a dream
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