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Example sentences containing 'magical'

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Physically holding the ticket was then the most magical moment in my life. Times, Sunday Times (2017)He claimed to possess magical powers and to have discovered a herbal cure for Aids. Times, Sunday Times (2016)They are bound for tropical climes, with something magical in one of their packing cases. Times, Sunday Times (2016)He wanted that magical journey that wasn't a car park with a reindeer and a grumpy farmer. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It was a magical moment. Times, Sunday Times (2016)There was something magical about Aleppo. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Which is more than a little magical. Times, Sunday Times (2014)That fossils are reputed to have magical and medicinal powers? Times, Sunday Times (2007)The first year was magical and we got a flat together. The Sun (2006)Lying just offshore are two magical islands. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Yet the unconventional challenges were matched by magical moments. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Both works in this concert took us on magical journeys. Times, Sunday Times (2012)It is a magical place to catch your breath and admire the scenery. The Sun (2014)There was something really magical about it. Times, Sunday Times (2014)There was a magical quality to it. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Here she finds a magical tapestry with powers to predict the future. The Sun (2014)What if you want to make your moment truly magical? Times, Sunday Times (2016)An unhappy orphan discovers an enormous peach and goes on a magical journey with six friendly insects. The Sun (2015)It is a magical place of escape and refreshment. Times, Sunday Times (2008)There was something magical about those vague voices talking about the night. Times, Sunday Times (2015)You can feel the sense of fun the moment you arrive on this magical island in the sun. The Sun (2012)This does not mean that we will all get a magical set of predictions from our genes about particular conditions. Times, Sunday Times (2014)They are so beautiful and magical. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Has he met his match in her - is she as mysterious and magical as he is? The Sun (2013)The whole production looks completely lavish, magical and beautiful. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Their own little magical haven. Times, Sunday Times (2008)

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Translations for 'magical'

British English: magical /ˈmædʒɪkəl/ ADJECTIVE
Something that is magical seems to use magic or to be able to produce magic.
I loved the story of a little boy who has magical powers.
  • American English: magical
  • Arabic: سِحْرَيّ
  • Brazilian Portuguese: mágico
  • Chinese: 有魔力的
  • Croatian: čaroban
  • Czech: magický
  • Danish: magisk
  • Dutch: betoverend
  • European Spanish: mágico belleza/ambiente/lugar
  • Finnish: taianomainen
  • French: magique
  • German: zauberhaft
  • Greek: μαγευτικός
  • Italian: magico
  • Japanese: 魔術的な
  • Korean: 마술적인
  • Norwegian: fantastisk
  • Polish: magiczny
  • European Portuguese: mágico
  • Romanian: magic
  • Russian: колдовской
  • Spanish: mágico
  • Swedish: förtrollande
  • Thai: ซึ่งมีเวทมนตร์
  • Turkish: büyülü
  • Ukrainian: магічний
  • Vietnamese: kỳ diệu


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