Word: fan

Category: fan

Arts & Entertainment, Home & Garden, Sports

Related words: fan

the fan, ceiling fan, fan fiction, fan art, cooling fan, fan control, exhaust fan, speed fan, hunter fan, bathroom fan, not a fan, fanfiction, dyson, dyson fan, tower fan, ceiling fan direction, fan blades

Synonyms: fan

waste time, dally, dawdle, loiter, linger, take one's time, delay, temporize, stall, procrastinate, pussyfoot around, drag one's feet, dither, hesitate, falter, vacillate, waver, hem and haw, shilly-shally, lollygag, let the grass grow under one's feet, tarry, dillydally, shillyshally, drag one's heels

Translations: fan

spanish
entusiasta, abanicar, abanicarse, abanico


german
liebhaber, ventilator, anhänger, fan, gebläse, ...

french
aérateur, partisan, éventail, amateur, aspirateur, ...

italian
ventilatore

portuguese
famoso, abanar, ventilador

dutch
aanwakkeren, aanzetten, ventilator, aanvuren

russian
любитель, лопасть, опахало, приверженец, фанат, ...

finnish
tuuletin, intoilija, lietsoa

czech
milovník, ovívat, větrák, vějíř, ventilátor

polish
dmuchawa, wachlarz, rozdymać, wentylator, suszarka, ...

hungarian
gabonarosta, drukker

greek
οπαδός, βεντάλια, ανεμιστήρας

ukrainian
вентилятор, обмахуватися, обмахувати, крило

estonian
õhutama, fänn, lehvik

croatian
lepeza, navijač, ljubitelj, ventilator

slovenian
ventilátor

slovak
ventilátor

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The meaning and "use of": fan

noun
  • an apparatus with rotating blades that creates a current of air for cooling or ventilation.
  • a device, typically folding and shaped like a segment of a circle when spread out, that is held in the hand and waved so as to cool the person holding it by causing the air to move.
  • a device for winnowing grain.
  • a person who has a strong interest in or admiration for a particular sport, art form, or famous person.

verb
  • cool (especially a person or a part of the body) by waving something to create a current of air.
  • increase the strength of (a fire) by blowing on it or stirring up the air near it.
  • disperse or radiate from a central point to cover a wide area.

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