Definition of like magic in English:

like magic

  • Remarkably effectively or rapidly: this method works like magic
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    • With a leap and a whir, the device made another rapid pre-scan and, just like magic, up popped a set of thumbnails showing what was on the negatives, very nicely rendered.
    • If you wanted the information in Chinese, all you had to do was reply with a ‘C,’ and like magic you had what you needed.
    • The joints are staggered in a brick-like fashion and patted down firmly with the head of a metal rake; a new lawn appears like magic, before your very eyes!
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Pronunciation: ˌkɒlərəˈtjʊərə
noun
elaborate ornamentation of a vocal melody