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charmed

adjective uk   /tʃɑːmd/  us   /tʃɑːrmd/

charmed adjective (PLEASED)

very pleased or attracted by someone's charm: He said he would be charmed if a woman gave him flowers.

charmed adjective (LUCKY)

lead/live a charmed life to be very lucky in life, often escaping dangerous situations without being hurt
Translations of “charmed”
in Chinese (Traditional) 萬分高興的,非常著迷的…
in Russian удачливый, заколдованный…
in Turkish şanslı, tehlikeyi savabilen…
in Chinese (Simplified) 万分高兴的,非常着迷的…
in Polish jak z bajki…
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