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Translation of "magic" - English-Spanish dictionary

magic

noun [no plural]   /ˈmædʒ·ɪk/
A2 special powers that can make things happen that seem impossible magia Do you believe in magic?
A2 tricks that a person performs while other people watch, such as making things disappear magia My daughter loves doing magic.
a quality that makes something or someone seem special or exciting magia Everyone enjoys the magic of this wonderful city.
adjective   /ˈmædʒ·ɪk/
A2 relating to magic mágico a magic show
B1 with special powers that make impossible things happen mágico a magic spell
(Definition of magic from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

magic

noun /ˈmӕdʒik/
(the charms, spells etc used in) the art or practice of using supernatural forces magia The prince was turned by magic into a frog.
the art of producing illusions by tricks magia The conjuror’s magic delighted the children.
fascination or great charm magia the magic of Turner’s paintings.
magical adjective
produced by, or as if by, the art of magic mágico The wizard possesses magical powers.
fascinating; charming or very beautiful fascinante, mágico a magical experience.
magically adverb
mágicamente A rabbit magically appeared from under his hat.
magician /məˈdʒiʃən/ noun
a person skilled in the art of magic mago They hired a magician to entertain the children.
(Definition of magic from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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