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fantasize (verb), fantasizes; fantasized; fantasizing
1. To mentally imagine something: Bruce fantasized about going to school and making an "A+" on the English test that he would be taking.
2. To conceive fanciful or extravagant notions, ideas, suppositions, etc: Henry keeps fantasizing about having the ideal job after he graduates from high school.
3. Etymology: from Latin which came from Greek phantasia, "appearance, image, perception, imagination".
To create or to develop imaginative activities.
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