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pixie
American English: /ˈpɪksi/
British English: /ˈpɪksi/

Translation of pixie in Spanish:

noun

  • (elf)
    (fairy)
    hadita (feminine)
    Example sentences
    • It's very clever for a story that's set in a parallel dimension inhabited by elves, pixies, unicorns and griffins!
    • In folklore, pixies play cheeky tricks on humans; they are annoying perhaps, but ultimately harmless.
    • I'm a lot more interested in the time tree model where we are just a single growing and evolving organism, with no dependency on aliens or magic pixies turning up further down the line with sweets if we do well for ourselves.

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