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charm

noun /tʃaːm/
(a) pleasant quality or attraction
encanto
Her charm made up for her lack of beauty.
a magical spell
hechizo
The witch recited a charm.
something believed to have the power of magic or good luck
amuleto
She wore a lucky charm.
a small ornament that is worn on a chain or bracelet
amuleto
Debbie was wearing a silver charm around her neck.
charming adjective very attractive
encantador
a charming smile.
charmingly adverb
con encanto
She laughed charmingly.
(Definition of charm from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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