hallucinate

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From Latin hallucinatus, alternate form of alūcinātus, from alūcināri (to dream).

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hallucinate (third-person singular simple present hallucinates, present participle hallucinating, simple past and past participle hallucinated)

  1. (transitive and intransitive) To seem to perceive things (with one or more of one's senses) which are not really present; to have visions; to experience a hallucination.

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