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Translation of "magic" - English-Spanish dictionary

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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