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English to Spanish translations [PRO] / Parents guide
English term or phrase:whatever tickles your fancy
If you like, create new verses to go along: "Tap, tap, tapping very softly," "very quickly," and so on--whatever tickles your fancy. Baby will love imitating you, whatever you do, and will soon take the lead herself.
Explanation: modification of "fancy" in meaning b from the Oxford Dictionary
fancy3 n (pl -cies)
1 a (liking) (no pl): to take a fancy to sb: they took a real fancy to each other quedaron prendados el uno
del otro; to take o catch sb’s fancy: the ring/actor quite took o caught my fancy el anillo/actor me
encantó or me dejó fascinada; to tickle sb’s fancy: the idea rather tickled my fancy la idea me
b [c] (whim) capricho m, antojo m; a passing fancy un capricho pasajero; whenever the fancy takes
me cuando se me antoja, cuando se me da la gana