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Pronunciation of Do You Fancy: Learn how to pronounce Do You Fancy in English correctly

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Oxford dictionary definition of the word fancy:

verb (fancies, fancying, fancied)
[with object]
1British informal feel a desire or liking for:
do you fancy a drink?
find sexually attractive:
I really fancy him
(fancy oneself) informal have an unduly high opinion of oneself, or of one’s ability in a particular area:
he fancied himself as an amateur psychologist
2British regard (a horse, team, or player) as a likely winner:
[with object and infinitive]:
I fancy him to win the tournament
3 [with clause] imagine; think:
he fancied he could smell the perfume of roses
[in imperative] chiefly British used to express surprise at something:
fancy meeting all those television actors!
adjective (fancier, fanciest)
1elaborate in structure or decoration:
the furniture was very fancy
a fancy computerized system
sophisticated or expensive in a way that is intended to impress:
fancy hotels and restaurants
chiefly North American (especially of foodstuffs) of high quality:
fancy molasses
(of a flower) of two or more colours:
all pelargoniums, from scented-leaf species to fancy hybrids, thrive in hot sunshine
(of an animal) bred to develop particular points of appearance:
fancy goldfish
2 archaic (of a drawing, painting, or sculpture) created from the imagination rather than from life:
I used to take a seat and busy myself in sketching fancy vignettes
noun (plural fancies)
1a superficial or transient feeling of liking or attraction:
this was no passing fancy, but a feeling he would live by
dated a person or thing that one finds attractive:
people jostled to ride alongside their fancy
a favourite in a race or other sporting contest:
the filly is already a leading fancy for next year’s races
(the fancy) dated enthusiasts for a sport, especially boxing or racing, considered collectively:
pony carts went round the racecourse loaded with the fancy
2 [mass noun] the faculty of imagination:
he is prone to flights of fancy
[count noun] an unfounded or tentative belief or idea:
I’ve a fancy they want to be alone
3 (also fancy cake) British a small iced cake:
chocolate fancies
4(in 16th and 17th century music) a composition for keyboard or strings in free or variation form.