English → English - chimera

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n. mythological monster with a goat's body and a lion's head and a snake's tail; imaginary monster made up of inappropriate parts; delusion, wild illusion; person or organ comprised of tissues of different genetic constitution
n. chimera, mythological monster with a goat's body and a lion's head; wild illusion

English → Spanish - chimera

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s. quimera, monstruo mitológico con cuerpo de cabra cabeza de león y cola de cobra; monstruo imaginario constituido de partes inapropiadas; desilusión, ilusión descabellada
s. persona u órgano formado con tejidos de constitución genéticas inusual; tipo de pez de aguas profundas (con esqueleto cartilaginoso, cuerpo enflaquecido, piel suave y cola parecida a un chicote)

English → French - chimera

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n. chimère, monstre mythologique; monstre imaginaire; animal fabuleux ayant la tête et le poitrail d'un lion (Mythologie); illusion, hallucination; poisson marin; personne ou organe résultant de plusieurs éléments génétiques

English → German - chimera

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n. Schreckgespenst; Schimäre, mythologisches Monster dessen Körper zur Hälfte aus Ziege und zur Hälfte aus einem Löwen bestehend; imaginäres Monster aus verschiedenen Körperteile bestehend; Trugbild; Person oder Organ aus Gewebe unterschiedlicher Genetik bestehend
Tiefseefisch mit einem Peitsche ähnlichem Schwanz

English → Indonesian - chimera

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n. gagasan yg tak masuk akal, angan-angan

English → Italian - chimera

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s. chimera, mostro mitologico dal corpo caprino e il capo leonino; mostro immaginario; illusione, fantasticheria impossibile; persona o organo costituito di tessuti di varia origine genetica

English → Polish - chimera

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n. chimera

English → Portuguese - chimera

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s. quimera, monstro mitológico com cabeça de leão, corpo de cabra e cauda de dragão; produto da imaginação, fantasia

English → Romanian - chimera

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n. himeră, fantomă, închipuire, nălucă, vis

English → Russian - chimera

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с. химера; несбыточная мечта, фантазия

English → Turkish - chimera

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i. canavar, hayal ürünü korkunç yaratık, tüm başlılar sınıfından hayvan, ateş püskürten canavar; kuruntu; gerçekleşmesi imkânsız düşünce

English → Ukrainian - chimera

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n. химера, чудовиська, потвора, мрія: нездійснена мрія

Italian → English - chimera

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n. chimera, mythological monster with a goat's body and a lion's head; wild illusion

Polish → English - chimera

n. caprice, chimera, illusion, whim, vagary, freak, vapour, vapor, gargoyle, phantasm

Dutch → English - chimera

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n. chimera, mythological monster with a goat's body and a lion's head

English → Dutch - chimera

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zn. onaangepaste delen; hersenschim, zelfbedrog, illusie; persoon of orgaan bestaande uit weefsels van verschillende genetische constitutie; soort diepzeevis (met kraaskbeenskelet) spitstoelopend lichaam met gladde huid en staart in vorm van een zweep

English → Greek - chimera

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ουσ. χίμαιρα, ουτοπία

Italian → French - chimera

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1. (immaginazione) chimère (f)
2. (speranza) mirage (m); chimère (f)
3. (mente) chimère (f)

Italian → German - chimera

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n. schimäre

English → Arabic - chimera

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‏الكمير كائن خرافي‏

English → Chinese - chimera

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(名) 吐火怪物, 狂想, 妖怪

English → Chinese - chimera

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(名) 吐火怪物, 狂想, 妖怪

English → Hindi - chimera

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n. कल्पना

English → Japanese - chimera

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(名) キメラ, ヤギの体とライオンの頭とヘビの尾をもつ神話に出てくる怪物; 不適当な体の部位をもつ想像上の怪物; 妄想; 異なった遺伝の性質をもつ組織を含む人または器官

English → Korean - chimera

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명. 키메라, 망상

English → Vietnamese - chimera

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n. điều ảo huyền

Definition of chimera

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Noun
1. Chimera, or any fantastic creature with parts from different animals
2. Anything composed of very disparate parts
He built himself a chimera: half VW, half Porsche.
3. A vain, foolish, or incongruous fancy, or creature of the imagination; as, the chimera of an author
4. An organism with genetically distinct cells originating from two zygotes
5. A grotesque, like a gargoyle but without a spout for rainwater
6. (usually chimaera) A cartilaginous marine fish in the subclass Holocephali and especially the order Chimaeriformes, with a blunt snout, long tail, and a spine before the first dorsal fin
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