wand Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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"wand" in British English

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wandnoun [C]

uk   /wɒnd/  us   /wɑːnd/
a ​specialthinstickwaved by a ​person who is ​performingmagictricks: The ​fairygodmother waved her ​magic wand over the ​cabbages and they ​turned into ​horses.
(Definition of wand from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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wandnoun [C]

 us   /wɑnd/
a ​thinstickwaved by a ​person who is ​performingmagic: a ​magic wand
(Definition of wand from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “wand”
in Korean 마법 지팡이…
in Arabic عَصا الساحِر…
in Malaysian tongkat sakti…
in French baguette (magique)…
in Russian волшебная палочка…
in Chinese (Traditional) 魔杖,魔棒…
in Italian bacchetta magica…
in Turkish sihirbaz değneği, sihirli değnek…
in Polish różdżka…
in Spanish varita (mágica)…
in Vietnamese đũa thần…
in Portuguese varinha…
in Thai ไม้กายสิทธิ์…
in German der Zauberstab…
in Catalan vareta…
in Japanese (魔法使い、手品師の)棒…
in Chinese (Simplified) 魔杖,魔棒…
in Indonesian tongkat ajaib…
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