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conjure

verb /ˈkandʒə, (American) ˈkon-/
to perform tricks (conjuring tricks) that seem magical, as an entertainment
hacer magia, hacer juegos de manos
The magician impressed everyone by conjuring a rabbit from underneath his hat.
conjuror noun ( conjurer)
mago, prestidigitador
He worked for a while as a professional conjurer.
Translations of “conjure”
in French faire de la prestidigitation…
in German zaubern…
in Chinese (Traditional) 變戲法, 用魔法變出, 像變魔術般變出…
in Chinese (Simplified) 变戏法, 用魔法变出, 像变魔术般变出…
(Definition of conjure from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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