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Translation of "magic" - English-Turkish dictionary

magic

noun [U]
 
 
/ˈmædʒɪk/
SPECIAL POWERS A2 special powers that can make things happen that seem impossible
büyü, sihir
Do you believe in magic?Magic
ENTERTAINMENT A2 clever actions intended to entertain people, often making objects appear and disappear
sihirbazlık, hokkabazlık
Carnival, fairground and circus
SPECIAL QUALITY B2 a quality that makes something or someone seem special or exciting
sihir, büyü, esrar, çekicilik
No one could fail to be charmed by the magic of this beautiful city.Exceptional qualities, things and people
as if by magic in a way that is surprising and impossible to explain
sanki sihirli bir el varmışçasına; şaşırtıcı ve açıklaması imkansız
Food would appear on the table every day, as if by magic. →  See also black magic Surprising and shockingMaking people sad, shocked and upset
(Definition of magic noun from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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