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- An object, act or words believed to have magic power.
- A charm against evil
- It works like a charm.
- The ability to persuade, delight or arouse admiration; often constructed in the plural.
- He had great personal charm.
- She tried to win him over with her charms.
- (physics) A property of some subatomic particles.
- A small trinket on a bracelet or chain, etc.
- She wears a charm bracelet on her wrist.
- (something with magic power): amulet, incantation, spell, talisman
- (quality of arousing delight or admiration): charisma
- (trinket): amulet, dangle, ornament
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Third person singular
- To seduce, persuade, or fascinate someone or something.
- He charmed her with his dashing tales of his days as a sailor.
- (transitive) To use magic upon something.
- After winning three games while wearing the chain, Dan began to think it had been charmed.
- (seduce, entrance, or fascinate): delight, enchant, entrance, win one over
- (use magic): bewitch, enchant, ensorcel, enspell
- Polish: urok,zaklęcie
|Declination for charm||Singular||Uncountable|
- charm; the ability to persuade, delight, or arouse admiration
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