[French faw-leeduh grahn-dœr] /French fɔ lidə grɑ̃ˈdœr/

noun, plural folies de grandeur
[French faw-leeduh grahn-dœr] /French fɔ lidə grɑ̃ˈdœr/ (Show IPA). Psychiatry.
a delusion of grandeur; megalomania.
/fɔli də ɡrɑ̃dœr/
delusions of grandeur

delusions of grandeur
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