magicnoun [ U ]uk /ˈmædʒ.ɪk/ us /ˈmædʒ.ɪk/
magic noun [ U ] (SPECIAL POWER)
He's a comedian who also does magic. 他是个也表演魔术的喜剧演员。
- The magic show had a lot of audience participation, with people shouting things to the performers and going up on stage.
- It seems that some people still believe in sorcery and black magic.
- My niece was showing me all the tricks that she's learned to do with her new magic set.
- It disappeared as if by magic.
- She used magic to cure illnesses.
magic noun [ U ] (SPECIAL QUALITY)
I'll show you a magic trick. 我来给你表演一个魔术。
- There's no magic formula for success.
- The fairy godmother waved her magic wand over the cabbages and they turned into horses.
- She was given a magic charm to ward off evil spirits.
- He seems to just think I can wave a magic wand and everything will be all right.
- There is no magic solution to your problems.