Definition of 'conjurer'
Example sentences containing 'conjurer'
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"His hands were waggling in front of him, as if over a conjurer `s black top-hat where all the words he needed were hidden. THE LAST RAVEN (2001)
The conjurer took a kitchen knife, pushed it slowly through the red hatbox. SMOKE AND MIRRORS (2001)
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Translations for 'conjurer'
British English: conjurer /ˈkʌndʒərə/ NOUN
A conjurer is a person who entertains people by doing magic tricks.
- American English: conjurer
- Arabic: مُشَعْوِذ
- Brazilian Portuguese: ilusionista
- Chinese: 魔术师
- Croatian: čarobnjak
- Czech: kouzelník
- Danish: tryllekunstner
- Dutch: goochelaar
- European Spanish: prestidigitador
- Finnish: taikuri
- French: prestidigitateur
- German: Zauberer
- Greek: ταχυδακτυλουργός
- Italian: prestigiatore
- Japanese: 手品師
- Korean: 마술사
- Norwegian: tryllekunstner
- Polish: magik
- European Portuguese: ilusionista
- Romanian: iluzionist
- Russian: фокусник
- Spanish: prestidigitador
- Swedish: trollkarl
- Thai: ผู้โน้มน้าวคนอื่น
- Turkish: illüzyonist
- Ukrainian: фокусник
- Vietnamese: ảo thuật gia
Definition of conjurer from the Collins English Dictionary
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