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wizardry
American English: /ˈwɪzərdri/
British English: /ˈwɪzədri/

Translation of wizardry in Spanish:

noun

uncountable
  • 1.1 (magic)
    Example sentences
    • If there was a school for witchcraft and wizardry, I'd sign up in a heartbeat.
    • Mr. Wizard was arrested for practicing wizardry, a crime worthy of certain damnation in most parts.
    • It is a place that is full of spells and curses, where powerful charms work their magic, and everything is witchcraft and wizardry.
    1.2 (skill) [colloquial]it's a piece of technical wizardry
    es una maravilla de la técnica
    the wizardry of Matthews on the right wing (Sport)
    la prodigiosa destreza de Matthews en el ala derecha
    Example sentences
    • This took no technical wizardry or hacking skills.
    • The character he ends up creating is charming but bland, like the film itself, despite the technical wizardry involved in its creation.
    • As the Modern Industrial Age is superseded by the Electronic Information age, wizardry will flourish and scientists will be relegated to the role of technicians.

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