in your dreams

in your dreams

used to assert that something much desired is not likely ever to happen

2002 - New Yorker - Before falling asleep, I try to imagine myself as a savvy entrepreneur with her own catering business. In your dreams, as they say.


beyond your wildest dreams

bigger, better or to a greater extent than it would be reasonable to expect or hope for

dream in colour = dream in Technicolour

be wildly unrealistic

like a dream

very well or successfully – informal

1996 - Good Food - The spring lamb is stuffed laced with garlic and herbs, and carves like a dream.

never in your wildest dreams

used to emphasize that something is beyond the scope of your imagination

1996 - Daily Star - Never in his wildest dreams did he think the cheers were to welcome the opening goal of a match.

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