enchanted

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{s} afsunlu
(sıfat) afsunlu
enchanted forest
büyülü orman
enchant
büyülemek

Kolyeyi büyülemek için birkaç sihirbaza ihtiyacın var. - You need several wizards to enchant the necklace.

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büyüleyici

Mary, Tom'un şimdiye kadar gördüğü en büyüleyici yaratıktı. - Mary was the most enchanting creature that Tom had ever seen.

enchant
büyü

Sihirbaz zarardan korumak için şatoyu büyülüyor. - The wizard enchants the castle, protecting it from harm.

Ben onların çocuklarını büyülemiyorum. - I'm not enchanting their children.

enchant
zevk vermek
enchant
büyüle

Mary'nin açıklamaları beni büyüledi ve birdenbire beni üzdü. - Mary's explanations enchanted me and desolated me all at once.

Onun küçük kahkahasıyla büyülenmişti. - She was enchanted by his little laugh.

enchant
büyü yapmak
enchant
meftun
be enchanted
mest olmak
be enchanted by/with
-e bayılmak, -i çok sevmek: She is enchanted with her new house. Yeni evine bayılıyor
being enchanted
mest olma
enchant
büyücü
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aklını başından almak
enchant
çıldırtmak
enchant
mest etmek
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afsunlamak
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dili aklını başından almak
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enchanter büyüleyen kimse
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enchantress büyüleyen kadın
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enchanting meftun edici
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{f} k.dili. (birinin) çok hoşuna gitmek
enchant
meftun etmek
enchant
büyücü kadın
İngilizce - İngilizce
Simple past tense and past participle of enchant
Under the influence of enchantment
Charmed, delighted, enraptured
{s} spellbound, bewitched, entranced; fascinated, charmed
Under the power of enchantment; possessed or exercised by enchanters; as, an enchanted castle
influenced as by charms or incantations
past of enchanted
enchanted forest
legendary forest, forest that only exists in imagination
enchanted him
charmed him, delighted him
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To attract and delight, to charm
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{v} to bewitch, charm, delight highly
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attract; cause to be enamored; "She captured all the men's hearts"
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To delight in a high degree; to charm; to enrapture; as, music enchants the ear
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hold spellbound
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In fairy stories and legends, to enchant someone or something means to put a magic spell on them. King Arthur hid his treasures here and Merlin enchanted the cave so that nobody should ever find them. Celtic stories of cauldrons and enchanted vessels
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Use an spell from the Enchantment school
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To attract and delight
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cast a spell over someone or something; put a hex on someone or something
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To charm by sorcery; to act on by enchantment; to get control of by magical words and rites
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{f} charm, captivate, fascinate; bewitch by means of magical spells and incantations, entrance
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One of the basic spell types In addition to the basic Enchantment, there is Enchant Land, Enchant Artifact, Enchant Creature, Enchant Wall, and Enchant World Enchantments are permanent until destroyed (or the card they are enchanting is destroyed) They may only be cast during your Main phase
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To cast a spell over
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If you are enchanted by someone or something, they cause you to have feelings of great delight or pleasure. Dena was enchanted by the house She enchanted you as she has so many others. + enchanted en·chant·ed Don't expect young children to be as enchanted with the scenery as you are
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