Definition of 'charm'
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No family leads a charmed life for long. Positive Parent Power (1991)You have the right mix of confidence and charm to get through to people. The Sun (2008)He hits me with a charm offensive. Times, Sunday Times (2016)They were not really a lucky charm. The Sun (2014)Oscar is quick to see the charm of the place. Times, Sunday Times (2013)That easy charm and social confidence is a must. Times, Sunday Times (2010)This is so outrageous it has a certain charm. Blaikie's Guide to Modern Manners (2005)All these beliefs meant there had to be some good luck charms to counteract them. A Miscellany of Mother's Wisdom (1994)You have the strength for cash bargains and the charm that makes people help you. The Sun (2011)It was always a pleasure to appear before a man of such charm and erudition. Times, Sunday Times (2012)He has the charm to get away with it. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Are they on some kind of charm offensive? Times, Sunday Times (2012)The charm bracelet itself has come in and out of fashion over the decades. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Such lucky charms are often bought by women seeking to become pregnant. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Has he not always a spell, a charm? The Daisy Chain (1837)With personality comes a form of charm, wit and wisdom. Times, Sunday Times (2016)But viewed from the outside, it retains the charm of the original. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Latvia's goal led a charmed life. The Sun (2015)This is a production of charm, wit and intelligence. Times, Sunday Times (2007)That's the charm of the place. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Part of the charm of the house is the mix of Gothic and Classic detail. Times, Sunday Times (2006)For more houses with Gallic charm, visit timesonline. Times, Sunday Times (2009)
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Translations for 'charm'
British English: charm /tʃɑːm/ NOUN
Charm is the quality of being attractive and pleasant.
This classic film has lost none of its original charm.
- American English: charm
- Arabic: فِتْنَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: charme
- Chinese: 魅力
- Croatian: šarm
- Czech: šarm
- Danish: charme
- Dutch: charme
- European Spanish: encanto
- Finnish: viehätysvoima
- French: charme
- German: Charme
- Greek: γοητεία
- Italian: fascino
- Japanese: 魅力
- Korean: 매력
- Norwegian: sjarm
- Polish: urok
- European Portuguese: charme
- Romanian: șarm
- Russian: шарм
- Spanish: encanto
- Swedish: charm
- Thai: เสน่ห์
- Turkish: çekim
- Ukrainian: шарм
- Vietnamese: sức quyến rũ
British English: charm VERB
If you charm someone, you please them, especially by using your charm.
He even charmed the old woman, carrying her groceries and flirting with her.
Definition of charm from the Collins English Dictionary
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