There are 2 translations of charm in Spanish:

charm1

Pronunciation: /tʃɑːrm; tʃɑːm/

n

  • 1 1.1 uncountable/no numerable (attractiveness) encanto (m), atractivo (m) a man of great charm un hombre encantador to turn on the charm ponerse* encantador
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    • I'm fascinated by this character trait known as charm or charisma.
    • This London hit show took America by storm, full of charm, humour and delightful songs that make it a perfect theatrical event for the entire family.
    • But they still retain a kind of charm, which attracts camera-toting tourists round the clock.
    1.2 countable/numerable (attractive quality, feature) encanto (masculine) he couldn't resist her charms no pudo resistirse a sus encantos
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    • But Winnipeg's a great prairie city, with hidden charms.
    • It was in January 1997 that the newspaper noticed her charms and featured her in a photo shoot.
    • Judge Brett Cullum thinks this oft-reviled David Lynch feature definitely has its charms, if you know how to approach it.
  • 2 countable/numerable (spell) hechizo (masculine) to work/go like a charm funcionar/ir* or andar* a las mil maravillas
  • 3 countable/numerable 3.1 (amulet) amuleto (m), fetiche (m) 3.2 (on bracelet) dije (m), colgante (m), chiche (m) (Chile) (before noun/delante del nombre) charm bracelet pulsera (feminine) de dijes or colgantes or (Chile) chiches
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    • Rearranging my charms, necklace and bracelet I make sure I look presentable to a street gang.
    • Any trinkets, charms, or ornaments expected of a 17-year-old girl to have in her room would never appear in my mine, because I simply did not own any.
    • She held up a variety of decorative necklaces and charms.
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    • Was it a prayer, a magic spell, a charm, or a prediction?
    • It is a place that is full of spells and curses, where powerful charms work their magic, and everything is witchcraft and wizardry.
    • Not since his first sale of a magic charm was he so concerned over the opinion of his work.
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    • This charm brings me luck wherever I go for fairies enchanted it.
    • Letters, cards, all sorts of miraculous medals and good luck charms have all been winging their way there in recent years.
    • After just a fortnight at home, I'd already sold the clothes on my back for a few precious bowls of luck charms.

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There are 2 translations of charm in Spanish:

charm2

vt

  • 1 (delight, attract) cautivar, embelesar she charmed them into agreeing los conquistó para que accedieran, utilizó sus encantos para que accedieran he can charm the birds off o out of the trees es capaz de convencer a cualquiera con sus encantos
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    • But I also could not help but be charmed by the book as a whole.
    • Again, each child was welcomed by a smiling elf who brought them to the cubicle where a warm, friendly Santa tried every trick in the book to charm my youngster.
    • Her neighbors are equally charmed by the handsome garden that reflects the area's easygoing lifestyle.
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    • Of all the US surrogate candidates and vice-presidential hopefuls, none can touch his ability to charm voters.
    • Duke's ability to charm us really comes from the single irony he generates.
    • I don't want you to try to charm me or beguile me or do whatever it is you normally do to have your wicked way with women.
  • 2 2.1 (bewitch) [snake] encantar 2.2
    (charmed past participle of/participio pasado de)
    to lead a charmed life/existence tener* mucha suerte en la vida charmed circle círculo (masculine) de los elegidos
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    • They then moved the fork whilst in the ground, which apparently charms the worms to the surface when the fork is removed.
    • He had laughed, he had charmed me, almost bewitched me.
    • Search where you will, you will not see one who can charm a snake like me.

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The CAP (Curso de Adaptación Pedagógica) is a course taken in Spain by graduates with degrees in subjects other than education, who want to teach at secondary level. Students take a CAP in a particular subject, such as mathematics, literature, etc.