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Ghost in Spanish 🇪🇸

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ghost fantasma
How to say “ghost” in Spanish? “Fantasma”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “fantasma” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on ghost in Spanish like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Fantasma – Phantom- Ghost

Fantasma has a strong resemblance to phantom.

A phantom is a type of ghost.

Uae this to remember FANTASMA = GHOST

2 years ago

I also think phantasm is an english word for ghost or illusion, too. I think it was used in Ghostbusters, but it might be apparition that I am thinking of.

2 years ago


normal speech: fahn-TAHS-mah

7 months ago

fantasma info.

Tips to remember the word “fantasma”:
– Associate “fantasma” with “phantom,” as they both start with “phan-” and have a similar meaning.
– Picture a ghost wearing a “mask” (the “ma” at the end of “fantasma”) to help trigger the meaning in your memory.
– You could also think of the English word “fantasy,” which is similar in spelling to “fantasma” and can help you remember the supernatural aspect of the word.

– The word “fantasma” comes from the Greek “phantasma,” which means apparition or phantom.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– “Espectro” (specter)
– “Aparición” (apparition)
– “Alma en pena” or “espíritu” (tormented soul or spirit)

Alternate meanings like slang:
– In some contexts, “fantasma” can be used to describe someone who is arrogant or boasts about things that are not true; similar to calling someone a “show-off” or a “braggart” in English.

Examples of sentences:
– “Cuando era niño, siempre temía ver un fantasma debajo de mi cama.” (When I was a child, I was always afraid of seeing a ghost under my bed.)
– “En esta región, muchas personas creen en la existencia de fantasmas.” (In this region, many people believe in the existence of ghosts.)
– “La mansión abandonada es famosa por estar habitada por un fantasma.” (The abandoned mansion is famous for being inhabited by a ghost.)
– “No seas fantasma y admite que te equivocaste.” (Don’t be a show-off and admit that you were wrong.)

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