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magic wand

noun [C]
 
 
a small stick used by people who perform tricks for entertainment
魔杖
He waved his magic wand and a rabbit appeared.
他魔杖一揮,變出來一隻兔子。
Magic
a quick and easy solution
迅速而簡單的解決辦法
She warned that she had no magic wand to solve the problem.
她警告說她沒有甚麼妙法來解決這個問題。
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in Chinese (Simplified) 魔杖, 迅速而简单的解决办法…
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