Definición de magic en inglés:

magic

Saltos de línea: magic
Pronunciación: /ˈmadʒɪk
 
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sustantivo

[mass noun]

adjetivo

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  • 1Having or apparently having supernatural powers: a magic wand
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    • The eye-catching clusters of life-size Winnie the Pooh bears seem to have a magic power that locks your gaze onto them.
    • From thence he made his way to Egypt - there, if possible, to learn the art of working wonders by magic spells.
    • During the trial, Roulet testified that his lycanthropic ability was the result of a magic salve in his possession.
    Sinónimos
  • 1.1 [attributive] Very effective in producing the desired results: confidence is the magic ingredient needed to spark recovery
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    • Closer, the celebrity women's weekly from the team behind Heat, seems to have found the magic circulation formula that has eluded more traditional women's titles.
    • The coaches agree that it's going to take the players some time to adapt to new teams and new set-ups - they've got a lot of new players and they've just not found the magic formula yet.
    • ‘I think I've discovered the magic formula’ said Japan's French coach Philippe Troussier.

verbo (magics, magicking, magicked)

[with object and adverbial] Volver al principio  
  • Move, change, or create by or as if by magic: he must have been magicked out of the car at the precise second it exploded
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    • The report simply says that an alternative route will need to be found for buses but it is far from evident how any such alternative route can be magicked up.
    • Four more veggie meals were magicked out of thin air.
    • Whole posts can be magicked away by a couple of ill-considered key presses - without even taking your hand off the keyboard.

Frases

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!

Origen

late Middle English: from Old French magique, from Latin magicus (adjective), late Latin magica (noun), from Greek magikē (tekhnē) '(art of) a magus': magi were regarded as magicians.

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