Complete Definition of "utopian"

English
Etymology
A term coined by Sir Thomas More, from AGr. polytonic|οὠ(ou) "not, no" + polytonic|ÏÏÏÎ¿Ï (topos) "place".

Adjective
utopian

  1. ideal but often impractical; visionary

Antonyms
dystopian
Translations
Greek: t|el|οÏÏοÏικÏÏ|sc=Grek

el:utopian
io:utopian
te:utopian
vi:utopian

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