Definition of 'magician'
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The little Brazilian magician was in genuine pain as the physios worked on him. The Sun (2016)The duo play a bitterly estranged double act of stage magicians grudgingly reunited for a comeback. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The detective pursues a stage magician with the perfect alibi. The Sun (2009)He was like a little magician. The Sun (2014)A magician called in to entertain passengers struggled to find an audience. Times, Sunday Times (2011)To pay her way through sixth form college and help bring up her brother she came a magician's assistant. Times, Sunday Times (2015)She swung her bucket up and lifted her tongs over it with the panache of a magician producing a little miracle out of the container. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Is it true that the magician's assistants have all the fun, though? Times, Sunday Times (2014)Her brother dropped out of college and worked in a factory while she took a job as a magician's assistant to fund her way through college. Times, Sunday Times (2014)It can be cheesy, and a female magician or two would help the show to join the 21st century. Times, Sunday Times (2015)This dazzling thriller, full of twists and turns, is about two rival magicians who push their art to the very limits. The Sun (2006)
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Translations for 'magician'
British English: magician /məˈdʒɪʃən/ NOUN
A magician is a person who entertains people by doing magic tricks.
- American English: magician
- Arabic: سَاحِرٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: mago
- Chinese: 魔术师
- Croatian: čarobnjak
- Czech: kouzelník
- Danish: tryllekunstner
- Dutch: tovenaar
- European Spanish: mago
- Finnish: taikuri
- French: magicien
- German: Zauberer
- Greek: μάγος
- Italian: mago
- Japanese: 魔術師
- Korean: 마술사
- Norwegian: tryllekunstner
- Polish: magik
- European Portuguese: mago
- Romanian: magician
- Russian: волшебник
- Spanish: mago
- Swedish: trollkonstnär
- Thai: นักเล่นกล
- Turkish: sihirbaz
- Ukrainian: фокусник
- Vietnamese: ảo thuật gia
Definition of magician from the Collins English Dictionary
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