castles in the air

build castles in the air
Meaning: thinking of some impossible task, make plans or hopes that have very little chance of happening.
Example 1: She keeps talking about her big-time ambitions, but it’s all castles in the air.
Example 2: Don’t build castles in the air, just and find some work to earn money.

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AuthorAnonymous writes on 22nd October 2017

Another example

AuthorDurgesh Shintre writes on 7th October 2017

Very good website for learning idioms

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