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Asturian [ edit ]

Pronunciation [ edit ].

  • IPA ( key ) : /fanˈtasma/ , [fãn̪ˈt̪az.ma]

Noun [ edit ]

fantasma   f ( plural fantasmes )

  • Alternative form of pantasma

Catalan [ edit ]

Etymology [ edit ].

Borrowed from Latin phantasma , from Ancient Greek φάντασμα ( phántasma ) .

  • IPA ( key ) : ( Central , Balearic ) /fənˈtaz.mə/
  • IPA ( key ) : ( Valencian ) /fanˈtaz.ma/

fantasma   m ( plural fantasmes )

  • ghost , phantom

French [ edit ]

Verb [ edit ].

  • third-person singular past historic of fantasmer

Italian [ edit ]

Borrowed from Latin phantasma , or Ancient Greek φάντασμα ( phántasma ) . [1]

  • IPA ( key ) : /fanˈta.zma/
  • Rhymes: -azma
  • Hyphenation: fan‧tà‧sma

fantasma   m ( plural fantasmi )

  • ghost , spectre città fantasma ― ghost town

Related terms [ edit ]

  • fantasmagoria
  • fantasmagorico

References [ edit ]

  • ^ Pianigiani, Ottorino (1907), “ fantasma ”, in Vocabolario etimologico della lingua italiana (in Italian), Rome: Albrighi & Segati

Portuguese [ edit ]

Alternative forms [ edit ].

  • phantasma ( obsolete )

Learned borrowing from Latin phantasma ( “ apparition, specter ” ) , from Ancient Greek φάντασμα ( phántasma , “ an appearance, image, apparition, specter ” ) , from φαντάζω ( phantázō , “ to make visible ” ) . Doublet of abantesma .

  • ( Brazil ) IPA ( key ) : /fɐ̃ˈtaz.mɐ/
  • ( Rio de Janeiro ) IPA ( key ) : /fɐ̃ˈtaʒ.mɐ/
  • ( Southern Brazil ) IPA ( key ) : /fɐ̃ˈtaz.ma/
  • ( Portugal ) IPA ( key ) : /fɐ̃ˈtaʒ.mɐ/
  • Hyphenation: fan‧tas‧ma

fantasma   m or f by sense or m ( plural fantasmas )

  • ghost (spirit appearing after death) Synonyms: see Thesaurus: fantasma

Usage notes [ edit ]

The gender of fantasma varies from person to person:

  • some use it as a masculine when referring to the ghost of a man and feminine when referring to the ghost of a woman;
  • some use it as a masculine always, irrespective of the ghost’s sex;
  • in the past, it was also used as a feminine noun always.

Derived terms [ edit ]

  • casa fantasma
  • cidade fantasma
  • dor fantasma
  • membro fantasma
  • fantasmagórico

Romanian [ edit ]

  • IPA ( key ) : [fanˈtasma]

fantasma   f

  • definite nominative / accusative singular of fantasmă

Spanish [ edit ]

Borrowed from Latin phantasma , from Ancient Greek φάντασμα ( phántasma , “ image, phantom ” ) , from φαντάζω ( phantázō , “ to make visible ” ) , from φαίνω ( phaínō , “ to cause to appear, bring to light ” ) . Compare Sicilian fantàsimu ( “ dumb ” ) . Cognate with English phantom .

  • IPA ( key ) : /fanˈtasma/ [fãn̪ˈt̪az.ma]
  • Rhymes: -asma
  • Syllabification: fan‧tas‧ma

fantasma   m ( plural fantasmas )

  • ghost , phantom , wraith El fantasma de la ópera. ― The Phantom of the Opera.
  • ( colloquial ) show-off Synonyms: exhibicionista , presumido
  • ciudad fantasma   f
  • cuento de fantasmas   m
  • gol fantasma   m
  • historia de fantasmas   f
  • palabra fantasma
  • pueblo fantasma   f
  • fantasmagoría

Descendants [ edit ]

Further reading [ edit ].

  • “ fantasma ”, in Diccionario de la lengua española , Vigésima tercera edición , Real Academia Española, 2014

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"fantasma" in english, fantasma {m}.

  • volume_up ghost
  • bullshitter
  • mysterious character

fantasma {m/f}

  • volume_up blowhard

fantasma {adj.}

  • volume_up bogus

fantasma {adj. m}

  • volume_up braggadocio

fantasmas {m pl}

  • volume_up ghosts

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ghost, phantom, spirit are the top translations of "fantasma" into English. Sample translated sentence: Soy el fantasma de un triste poeta que tuvo una muerte espeluznante. ↔ I'm the ghost of a sad poet who died a terrifying death.

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Soy el fantasma de un triste poeta que tuvo una muerte espeluznante.

I'm the ghost of a sad poet who died a terrifying death.

something having no physical reality [..]

Vi fugazmente al fantasma sentado al volante.

I caught a glimpse of the phantom sitting behind the wheel.

Asegúrese de que los fantasmas no despierto toda la noche.

Lee. Don't let the spirits keep you up all night.

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Los fantasmas son reales para aquellos que creen en ellos.

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  • el fantasma de la ópera the Phantom of the Opera
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fantasma   f ‎ ( plural fantasmes )

  • Alternative form of pantasma

Borrowed from Ancient Greek φάντασμα ‎ ( phántasma ) .

fantasma   m ‎ ( plural fantasmes )

  • ghost , phantom
  • third-person singular past historic of fantasmer

Borrowed from Ancient Greek φάντασμα ‎ ( phántasma ) . [1]

fantasma   m ‎ ( plural fantasmi )

  • ghost , spectre città fantasma — ghost town

Related terms

  • fantasmagoria
  • fantasmagorico
  • ↑ “ fantàṡma ” listed in Dizionario Etimologico Online

Alternative forms

  • phantasma ( obsolete )

Borrowed from Latin phantasma ‎ ( “ apparition, specter ” ) , from Ancient Greek φάντασμα ‎ ( phántasma , “ an appearance, image, apparition, specter ” ) , from φαντάζω ‎ ( phantázō , “ I make visible ” ) , from φαίνω ‎ ( phaínō , “ I cause to appear, bring to light ” ) , from Proto-Indo-European *bʰeh- ‎ ( “ to shine ” ) .

Pronunciation

  • ( Brazil ) IPA (key) : /fɐ̃.ˈtaz.ma/
  • ( Portugal ) IPA (key) : /fɐ̃.ˈt̪aʒ.mɐ/

fantasma m f or m   ( in variation ) ( plural fantasmas )

  • ghost (spirit appearing after death)

Usage notes

The gender of fantasma varies from person to person:

  • some use it as a masculine when referring to the ghost of a man and feminine when referring to the ghost of a woman;
  • some use it as a masculine always, irrespective of the ghost’s sex;
  • in the past, it was also used as a feminine noun always.
  • aparição , espectro , espírito , assombração , alma

Derived terms

  • fantasmagórico

Borrowed from Latin phantasma , from Ancient Greek φάντασμα ‎ ( phántasma , “ image, phantom ” ) , from φαντάζω ‎ ( phantázō , “ I make visible ” ) , from φαίνω ‎ ( phaínō , “ I cause to appear, bring to light ” ) .

  • IPA (key) : /fan.ˈtas.ma/

fantasma   m ‎ ( plural fantasmas )

  • ciudad fantasma   f
  • pueblo fantasma   m
  • fantasmagoría

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fantasma ( Asturian)

  • Alternative form of pantasma

fantasma ( Catalan)

Origin & history.

  • ghost , phantom

fantasma ( French)

  • Inflection of fantasmer ( third-person singular past historic )

fantasma ( Italian)

  • ghost , spectre    città fantasma — ghost town

▾  Related words & phrases

  • fantasmagoria
  • fantasmagorico

fantasma ( Portuguese)

Alternative forms.

  • phantasma ( obsolete )

Pronunciation

  • ( Brazil ) IPA: /fɐ̃.ˈtaz.ma/
  • ( Portugal ) IPA: /fɐ̃.ˈt̪aʒ.mɐ/
  • ghost (spirit appearing after death)
  • some use it as a masculine when referring to the ghost of a man and feminine when referring to the ghost of a woman;
  • some use it as a masculine always, irrespective of the ghost’s sex;
  • in the past, it was also used as a feminine noun always.
  • aparição , espectro , espírito , assombração , alma

▾  Derived words & phrases

  • casa fantasma
  • cidade fantasma
  • dor fantasma
  • membro fantasma
  • fantasmagórico

fantasma ( Spanish)

  • IPA: /fan.ˈtas.ma/
  • ciudad fantasma (fem.)
  • pueblo fantasma (masc.)
  • fantasmagoría

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Solo La amenaza fantasma , lanzada en 1999, recibió una peor calificación, con 53 por ciento. El Financiero, 18 December 2019

Solo “ La amenaza fantasma ”, lanzada en 1999, recibió una peor calificación, con 53%. Infobae.com, 18 December 2019

Pese a la victoria final, durante 45 minutos el fantasma de una nueva eliminación del representante sudamericano en las semifinales del Mundial de Clubes recorrió el Estadio Internacional Khalifa de la capital catarí. ElHeraldo, 17 December 2019

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Llevo muchos días haciendo una cola fantasma para cuando saquen los freezer. Cubanet, 16 December 2019

Hoy se juegan un duro cara o cruz para huir de la zona fantasma . "Hacer bueno en casa el último resultado" es la frase más usada esta semana en el Extremadura para encarar este duelo. AS, 15 December 2019

El president inhabilitado deambula por la política como un fantasma con cuentas pendientes. Huffington Post Spain, 20 December 2020

Es el fantasma de la Navidad pasada, y no queremos que sea ni de la presente ni la futura. El Diario, 19 December 2020

Sin embargo, siguió presente, como un fantasma glorioso, en la identidad de todos sus lectores. ¿Cuándo vuelve la Cedes y Peces?, se preguntaban muchos. Bueno, ahora. Infobae.com, 18 December 2020

Esta Navidad tan extraña siente un fantasma a su mesa. No uno de carne y hueso, de los que abundan en estas fechas, sino de verdad. De los transparentes, los que atraviesan muros o susurran en la madrugada. ABC.es, 18 December 2020

Las dos citas iniciales en Montecarlo y Suecia se están viendo afectadas por la pandemia, y de nuevo sobrevuela el fantasma de las cancelaciones. AS, 15 December 2020

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Fantasma is the third studio album by the Japanese recording artist Cornelius. It was released in 1997 and charted at number six on the Japanese Oricon album chart. Fantasma includes the singles "Star Fruits Surf Rider", "Free Fall" and "Chapter 8". The latter two singles were released in the UK only. Two companion remix albums FM - Fantasma Remixes and CM - Cornelius Remixes were released the following year. The former is composed of music from Fantasma remixed by other artists. The latter is composed of remixes by Cornelius of the most of the artists that contributed to FM - Fantasma Remixes. The track "Star Fruits Surf Rider" was released as a single on November 2, 1998 and was covered by Mitsuki Aira for her 2008 double A-side single, "Darling Wondering Staring"/"Star Fruits Surf Rider". The cover was later included on the extended version of Aira's debut album, Copy.

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  1. Fantasma

    1. (apparition) a. ghost ¡Juro que acabo de ver un fantasma!I swear I just saw a ghost! b. phantom Temblaba de miedo y juraba que había visto un fantasma en la puerta. She was trembling with fear and swore she had seen a phantom by the door. 2. (threat) a. specter (United States)

  2. FANTASMA in English

    noun [ masculine ] / fan'tasma/ ser irreal incorpóreo de apariencia humana ghost Todas las noches soñaba con el fantasma de su madre. Every night he dreamed of his mother's ghost. Dice que en esa vieja casa hay fantasmas. Synonym espíritu imagen irreal que obsesiona specter , ghost Los fantasmas de la guerra lo perseguían continuamente.

  3. fantasma

    fantasma m or f by sense or m (plural fantasmas) ghost (spirit appearing after death) Synonyms: see Thesaurus: fantasma; Usage notes [edit] The gender of fantasma varies from person to person: some use it as a masculine when referring to the ghost of a man and feminine when referring to the ghost of a woman;

  4. FANTASMA

    masculine noun to be hauntedel fantasma de la óperab. torturado por el fantasma del cáncerMonolingual examplesAsi que a ver fantasmas al tren de la bruja.Solo intento no ver fantasmas donde no los hay. mysterious character subvenciones para empleados fantasmassubsidies for bogus employees open_in_new {adjective masculine} {masculine plural}

  5. fantasma translation in English

    1 (=aparición) ghost, phantom liter 2 (TV) ghost b smf (Esp) * (=fanfarrón) boaster, braggart c adj inv 1 (=abandonado) ghost antes de s buque fantasma ghost ship ciudad fantasma ghost city 2 (=inexistente) phantom antes de s embarazo fantasma phantom pregnancy miembro fantasma phantom limb compañía fantasma bogus o dummy company

  6. English translation of 'fantasma'

    masculine noun 1. (= aparición) ghost ⧫ phantom (literary) 2. (Television) ghost masculine and feminine noun (Spain) (informal) (= fanfarrón) boaster ⧫ braggart invariable adjective 1. (= abandonado) ghost (before noun) buque fantasma ghost ship ciudad fantasma ghost city 2. (= inexistente) phantom (before noun) embarazo fantasma phantom pregnancy

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    Spanish-English dictionary ghost nounverb spirit appearing after death [..] Soy el fantasmade un triste poeta que tuvo una muerte espeluznante. I'm the ghostof a sad poet who died a terrifying death. en.wiktionary.org phantom noun

  10. fantasma

    fantasma noun, masculine (plural: fantasmas m) ghost n (plural: ghosts) phantom n (plural: phantoms) less common: spectre BE n · specter AE n · phantasm n · apparition n · spirit n · spook n fantasma adjective, singular, both snobby adj Examples: pueblo fantasma m — ghost town n ciudad fantasma f — ghost town n miembro fantasma m — phantom limb n

  11. fantasma in English

    How to say fantasma In English - Translation of fantasma to English by Nglish, on-line comprehensive Spanish - English and English - Spanish Dictionary, Translation and English learning by Britannica, Including: Translation of words and sentences, English synonyms, example sentences, related phrases, audio pronunciation, personal word lists and more

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    compañía fantasma. ciudad fantasma 594. el fantasma de la ópera 557. Show more. Advertising. More features with our. Translations in context of "fantasma" in Spanish-English from Reverso Context: pueblo fantasma, imagen fantasma, embarazo fantasma, escritor fantasma, buque fantasma.

  13. What does fantasma mean in Spanish?

    What does fantasma mean in Spanish? English Translation ghost More meanings for fantasma ghost noun espíritu, espectro, espanto, imagen phantom adjective ilusorio phantasm noun ilusión shadow noun sombra, sombreado, oscuridad, sombreador, pizca wraith noun fantasma bogey noun espectro, espantajo, pesadilla, carretón, trasgo spectre noun espectro

  14. fantasma

    fantasma. Del lat. phantasma, y este del gr. φάντασμα phántasma. 1. m. Imagen de un objeto que queda impresa en la fantasía. 2. m. Visión quimérica como la que se da en los sueños o en las figuraciones de la imaginación. 3. m. Imagen de una persona muerta que, según algunos, se aparece a los vivos.

  15. Meaning of "fantasma" in the Spanish dictionary

    Definition of fantasma in the Spanish dictionary The first definition of a ghost in the dictionary of the real academy of the Spanish language is the image of an object that is printed in fantasy. Another meaning of ghost in the dictionary is a chimerical vision such as that which occurs in dreams or in the figurations of the imagination.

  16. fantasma in English

    noun [ masculine ] / fan'tazma/ (spirito) ghost , phantasm , specter castello popolato da fantasmi haunted castle Synonym spettro estens. (della mente) phantasm , illusion , figment crearsi dei fantasmi to create illusions Synonym illusione (Translation of fantasma from the GLOBAL Italian-English Dictionary © 2018 K Dictionaries Ltd)

  17. Fantasmas

    masculine noun 1. (apparition) a. ghost ¡Juro que acabo de ver un fantasma!I swear I just saw a ghost! b. phantom Temblaba de miedo y juraba que había visto un fantasma en la puerta. She was trembling with fear and swore she had seen a phantom by the door. 2. (threat) a. specter (United States)

  18. fantasma

    fantasma m f or m (in variation) (plural fantasmas) ghost (spirit appearing after death) Usage notes. The gender of fantasma varies from person to person: some use it as a masculine when referring to the ghost of a man and feminine when referring to the ghost of a woman; some use it as a masculine always, irrespective of the ghost's sex;

  19. fantasma

    fantasma (masc.) (pl. fantasmas) ghost, phantom Derived words & phrases. fantasmal; ciudad fantasma (fem.) pueblo fantasma (masc.) Related words & phrases. fantasmagoría; Examples. Automatically generated practical examples in Spanish: Solo La amenaza fantasma, lanzada en 1999, recibió una peor calificación, con 53 por ciento. El Financiero ...

  20. What does fantasma mean?

    fan·tas·ma This dictionary definitions page includes all the possible meanings, example usage and translations of the word fantasma. Did you actually mean fantasm or fanatism? Freebase Rate this definition: 1.0 / 1 vote Fantasma Fantasma is the third studio album by the Japanese recording artist Cornelius.

  21. Urban Dictionary: Fantasma

    The "fantasmas", in quotes, are people who try to impress others with lies. People who are fantasmas often tell unlikely stories. Something implausible is something hard to believe, something you are sure cannot happen, something almost impossible.

  22. El fantasma

    masculine noun. 1. (apparition) a. ghost. ¡Juro que acabo de ver un fantasma!I swear I just saw a ghost! b. phantom. Temblaba de miedo y juraba que había visto un fantasma en la puerta. She was trembling with fear and swore she had seen a phantom by the door. 2. (threat) a. specter.