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illusion

US [ɪˈluʒ(ə)n]
UK [ɪˈluːʒ(ə)n]
  • n.错觉;幻想;错误的观念;幻想的事物
  • Web幻觉;幻象;假象
Plural Form:illusions  
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n.
1.
[c][u]
错误的观念;幻想a false idea or belief, especially about sb or about a situation
She's under the illusion that(= believes wrongly that) she'll get the job.
她存有幻想,认为会得到那份工作。
The new president has no illusions about the difficulties facing her country(= she knows that the country has serious problems) .
新任总统清楚地知道她的国家面临的困难。
He could no longer distinguish between illusion and reality.
他再也分不清幻想与现实之间的区别了。
2.
[c]
幻想的事物;错觉something that seems to exist but in fact does not, or seems to be sth that it is not
Mirrors in a room often give an illusion of space.
房间里的镜子常给人一种空间增大的错觉。
The idea of absolute personal freedom is an illusion.
绝对个人自由的观念是一种幻想。

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