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crystal ball

noun [C]
 
 
a large, glass ball that some people believe you can look into to see what will happen in the futurePredicting things and intuitionThe supernatural - general words
Translations of “crystal ball”
in Chinese (Traditional) (可預言未來的)水晶球…
in Russian магический кристалл, хрустальный шар…
in Turkish kristal küre…
in Chinese (Simplified) (可预言未来的)水晶球…
in Polish szklana kula…
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