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charm

noun  /tʃɑrm/ us  

charm noun (ATTRACTION)

[C/U] a special quality of a person or thing that makes the person or thing attractive: [C] I never could resist the charms of the city.

charm noun (LUCKY OBJECT)

[C] an object or saying that is believed to bring good luck: Many people carry good luck charms.
charm
verb [T]  /tʃɑrm/ us  
Charlie charms everyone.
charmed
adjective  /tʃɑrmd/ us  
His completely charmed guests did not want to leave the party.
charming
adjective  /ˈtʃɑr·mɪŋ/ us  
He was thoughtful and charming.
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