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Meaning of “wizard” - Learner’s Dictionary

wizard

noun [C]     /ˈwɪzəd/
MAGIC
in stories, a man who has magical powersLegendary and mythological charactersMagicPeople who perform magic or have paranormal abilities
SKILL informal
someone who is very good at something or knows a lot about something: a computer wizardExperts and specialists
COMPUTER
a computer program that gives the user a series of questions or instructions to help them use a particular systemComputer concepts
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