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noun 
  1. A small trinket on a bracelet or chain, etc.
She wears a bracelet on her wrist.
  1. An object, act or words believed to have magic power.
A against evil
It works like a .
  1. The ability to persuade, delight, or arouse admiration; often constructed in the plural.
He had great personal .
''She tried to win him over with her charms.
  1. (physics) A property of some subatomic particles.
Translations: 
  • Spanish: encanto
verb 
  1. To seduce, persuade, or fascinate someone or something.
He charmed her with his dashing tales of his days as a sailor.
  1. (transitive) To use magic upon something.
''After winning three games while wearing the chain, Dan began to think it had been charmed.
Translations: 
  • Spanish: prendar
Etymology: Middle English charme (chant, magic spell)< Old French< carmen (song, incantation)


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