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adjective uk   /ˈmædʒ.ɪ.kəl/ us  

magical adjective (OF MAGIC)

B2 produced by or using magic: Diamonds were once thought to have magical powers.

magical adjective (SPECIAL/EXCITING)

B2 used for describing something with a special and exciting quality: We walked home arm-in-arm in the magical moonlight.
adverb uk   /-kəl.i/ us  
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