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    #1

    If the fancy takes him.......

    If the fancy takes him,he can even zoom over the cathedral as if in a helicopter.


    "If the fancy takes him" ..... What does it mean and in what context has it been used in the above sentence ? how ?



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    #2

    Re: If the fancy takes him.......

    It means 'If he likes' or 'If he feels like it'.

    Actually, it's you who has to give us the context in which you found the sentence.

    Rover

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