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fan·tas·ti·co

 (făn-tăs′tĭ-kō)
n. pl. fan·tas·ti·coes Informal
A very bizarre person.

[Italian, imaginary, from Late Latin phantasticus; see fantastic.]
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fantastico

(fænˈtæstɪˌkəʊ)
n, pl -cos
obsolete a whimsical or irrational person
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El monstruo fantastico: Visiones y perspectivas [The Fantastic Monster: Visions and Perspectives].
In this context, this study aimed to evaluate the effect of different doses of Al on the growth and absorption of nutrients by the pineapple cultivars 'IAC Fantastico' and 'Vitoria'.
Il fantastico in Pirandello, Franco Cesati Editore: Firenze, 2014; 223 pp.: 9788876674891, 30 [euro] (pbk)
Jumpin' Jack Flash provided a rousing opener and Mick Jagger made an impressive effort to speak Spanish to the huge crowd, which he called "fantastico".
Una de las innovaciones mas seductoras del enfoque prometido esta dada por la propuesta de una categoria desde la cual leer toda la produccion de Borges, a la que Dominguez bautiza como "fantastico humoristico".