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talismannoun [C]

uk   /ˈtæl.ɪz.mən/  us   /ˈtæl.ɪz.mən/ (plural talismans)
an object believed to bring good luck or to keep its owner safe from harm

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(Definition of talisman from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “talisman”
in Spanish talismán…
in Vietnamese bùa…
in Malaysian azimat, tangkal…
in Thai เครื่องราง…
in French talisman…
in German der Talisman…
in Chinese (Simplified) 护身符, 避邪物…
in Turkish tılsım, uğur…
in Russian талисман…
in Indonesian azimat…
in Chinese (Traditional) 護身符, 避邪物…
in Polish talizman…
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