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Meaning of “magical” - Learner’s Dictionary

magical

adjective     /ˈmædʒɪkəl/
SPECIAL POWERS
with special powers: Diamonds were once thought to have magical powers.Magic
EXCITING
B2 special or exciting: It was a magical night.Extremely good
magically adverb
I knew my problems would not just magically disappear.
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