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noun 
  1. supernatural, Supernatural occurrences or feats.
  2. An illusion performed to give the appearance of magic or the supernatural.
  3. A ritual associated with mysticism.
  4. A cause not quite understood.
Magic makes the light go on
  1. Something spectacular or wonderful.
movie
  1. The decrypted messages produced by US cryptographers in WWII — it is usually taken to mean '... from Japanese intercepts'. The equivalent in the UK was Ultra, referring to decrypted German traffic.
  2. (computing) A statement or operator used in algorithm design that satisfies any conceivable formal requirement. This is used in some methods of formal specification to allow leaving things unspecified (with the intent of later specification, as magic in this sense cannot be implemented). Also known as miracle.
verb (magics, magicking, magicked, magicked)
  1. (transitive) To cast a magic spell on or at someone or something.
  2. (transitive) To produce something, as if by magic.
adjective 
  1. Having supernatural talents, properties, or qualities.
a wand; a dragon
  1. Featuring illusions that are usually performed for entertainment.
a show; a trick
  1. wonderful, Wonderful, amazing or incredible.
a moment
Etymology: (term, magik, lang=enm) from (term, magique, lang=fro), reborrowed from (term, magice, lang=la), borrowed from Ancient Greek (term, sc=polytonic, , lang=grc, , magical) ((term, sc=polytonic, , lang=grc, , art)), derived from (term, sc=polytonic, , tr=mage, lang=grc) from magos magus, sorcerer, of Iranian origin; akin to Old Persian maguÅ "sorcerer".


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