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charismatic

adjective uk   /ˌkær.ɪzˈmæt.ɪk/  us   /-ˈmæt̬-/

charismatic adjective (CHARACTER)

C2 used to describe a person who has charisma: Few were able to resist this charismatic and persuasive leader.

charismatic adjective (CHURCH)

belonging or relating to various groups within the Christian Church who believe that God gives people special powers, such as the ability to make others well again and to speak to him in a special language: the charismatic movement
Translations of “charismatic”
in Chinese (Traditional) 個性的, 充滿個人魅力的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 个性的, 充满个人魅力的…
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