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charm

verb [T]
 
 
/tʃɑːm/
to attract someone or persuade someone to do something because of your charm
büyülemek, cezbetmek, etkisi altına almak
[often passive] We were charmed by his boyish manner.Attracting and temptingAttractiveSexual attractionUrging and persuadingCausing somebody to act
Translations of “charm”
in Arabic يَجذِب انتِباه، اهتِمام، إلخ…
in Korean 매혹시키다…
in Malaysian memukau…
in French charmer…
in Italian incantare, affascinare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 吸引, 迷住, 使著迷…
in Russian очаровывать…
in Polish zauroczyć…
in Vietnamese phù phép…
in Spanish encantar, hechizar…
in Portuguese encantar…
in Thai สะกดด้วยเวทมนตร์คาถา…
in German verzaubern…
in Catalan encisar…
in Japanese (人)を魅了する…
in Indonesian mempesona…
in Chinese (Simplified) 吸引, 迷住, 使着迷…
(Definition of charm verb from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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