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witch

noun [C]     /wɪtʃ/
a woman who is believed to have magical powers and who uses them to harm or help other people 女巫,巫婆 a witch on a broomstick 骑着扫把的女巫 Witches were persecuted all over western Europe from the 15th to the 17th century as it was claimed that they had dealings with the Devil. 从15世纪到17世纪,整个西欧的女巫都受到迫害,因为据称她们与魔鬼有来往。 People who perform magic or have paranormal abilities informal disapproving an unpleasant and ugly woman 讨厌且丑陋的女人 Unpleasant women
Translations of “witch”
in Arabic ساحِرة…
in Korean 마녀…
in Malaysian ahli sihir perempuan…
in French sorcière…
in Turkish cadı…
in Italian strega, maga…
in Chinese (Traditional) 女巫,巫婆, 討厭且醜陋的女人…
in Russian ведьма…
in Polish czarownica…
in Vietnamese mụ phù thủy…
in Spanish bruja…
in Portuguese bruxa, feiticeira…
in Thai แม่มด…
in German die Hexe…
in Catalan bruixa…
in Japanese 魔女…
in Indonesian penyihir…
(Definition of witch from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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