cellophane n. 玻璃纸
- When used as a wrapper, cellophane lets the purchaser see the contents of the package.
fancy n. 幻想
We must be able to distinguish between fact and fancy.
fantasy n. 幻想（区别辨析imagination、fancy与fantasy）
Anne is not sure whether she saw a face at the window. Perhaps it was only a fantasy.
phantom n. 幽灵；幻影
The phantom of the slain Caesar appeared to Brutus in a dream.
phenomenon n. 1. 现象 2. 非凡的人或事物
Philip is a phenomenon in math. He always gets 100% on tests.
Fever and inflammation are phenomenon of disease.
phenomenal adj. 了不起的
Young Mozart, a phenomenal child, began composing music at the age of 5.
fantastic adj. 怪诞的；无根据的
Robert Fulton's proposal to build a steamboat was was at first regarded as fantastic.