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hal·lu·ci·nate

 (hə-lo͞o′sə-nāt′)
v. hal·lu·ci·nat·ed, hal·lu·ci·nat·ing, hal·lu·ci·nates
v.intr.
To undergo hallucination.
v.tr.
To cause to have hallucinations.

[Latin hallūcinārī, hallūcināt-, to dream, be deceived, variant of ālūcinārī.]

hal·lu′ci·na′tor n.

hallucinate

(həˈluːsɪˌneɪt)
vb
(Psychology) (intr) to experience hallucinations
[C17: from Latin ālūcinārī to wander in mind; compare Greek aluein to be distraught]
halˈluciˌnator n

hal•lu•ci•nate

(həˈlu səˌneɪt)

v. -nat•ed, -nat•ing. v.i.
1. to have hallucinations.
v.t.
2. to affect with hallucinations.
3. to experience as a hallucination.
[1595–1605; < Latin (h)allūcinātus, past participle of (h)allūcināri, (h)ālūcinārīto wander mentally, appar. < Greek alýein to be distraught, wander]
hal•lu′ci•na`tor, n.

hallucinate


Past participle: hallucinated
Gerund: hallucinating

Imperative
hallucinate
hallucinate
Present
I hallucinate
you hallucinate
he/she/it hallucinates
we hallucinate
you hallucinate
they hallucinate
Preterite
I hallucinated
you hallucinated
he/she/it hallucinated
we hallucinated
you hallucinated
they hallucinated
Present Continuous
I am hallucinating
you are hallucinating
he/she/it is hallucinating
we are hallucinating
you are hallucinating
they are hallucinating
Present Perfect
I have hallucinated
you have hallucinated
he/she/it has hallucinated
we have hallucinated
you have hallucinated
they have hallucinated
Past Continuous
I was hallucinating
you were hallucinating
he/she/it was hallucinating
we were hallucinating
you were hallucinating
they were hallucinating
Past Perfect
I had hallucinated
you had hallucinated
he/she/it had hallucinated
we had hallucinated
you had hallucinated
they had hallucinated
Future
I will hallucinate
you will hallucinate
he/she/it will hallucinate
we will hallucinate
you will hallucinate
they will hallucinate
Future Perfect
I will have hallucinated
you will have hallucinated
he/she/it will have hallucinated
we will have hallucinated
you will have hallucinated
they will have hallucinated
Future Continuous
I will be hallucinating
you will be hallucinating
he/she/it will be hallucinating
we will be hallucinating
you will be hallucinating
they will be hallucinating
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been hallucinating
you have been hallucinating
he/she/it has been hallucinating
we have been hallucinating
you have been hallucinating
they have been hallucinating
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been hallucinating
you will have been hallucinating
he/she/it will have been hallucinating
we will have been hallucinating
you will have been hallucinating
they will have been hallucinating
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been hallucinating
you had been hallucinating
he/she/it had been hallucinating
we had been hallucinating
you had been hallucinating
they had been hallucinating
Conditional
I would hallucinate
you would hallucinate
he/she/it would hallucinate
we would hallucinate
you would hallucinate
they would hallucinate
Past Conditional
I would have hallucinated
you would have hallucinated
he/she/it would have hallucinated
we would have hallucinated
you would have hallucinated
they would have hallucinated
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.hallucinate - perceive what is not there; have illusions
perceive, comprehend - to become aware of through the senses; "I could perceive the ship coming over the horizon"

hallucinate

verb imagine, trip (informal), envision, daydream, fantasize, freak out (informal), have hallucinations Miguel stared at him, as if he were hallucinating.
Translations

hallucinate

[həˈluːsɪneɪt] VIalucinar, tener alucinaciones

hallucinate

[həˈluːsɪneɪt]
viavoir des hallucinations

hallucinate

hallucinate

[həˈluːsɪˌneɪt] viavere le allucinazioni

hallucinate

v. alucinar, desvariar.
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