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charmedadjective

uk   /tʃɑːmd/  us   /tʃɑːrmd/

charmed adjective (PLEASED)

very ​pleased or ​attracted by someone's ​charm: He said he would be charmed if a woman gave him ​flowers.

charmed adjective (LUCKY)

lead/live a charmed life to be very ​lucky in ​life, often ​escapingdangeroussituations without being ​hurt
(Definition of charmed from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “charmed”
in Chinese (Simplified) 万分高兴的,非常着迷的…
in Turkish şanslı, tehlikeyi savabilen…
in Russian удачливый, заколдованный…
in Chinese (Traditional) 萬分高興的,非常著迷的…
in Polish jak z bajki…
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