prestidigitation

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İngilizce - Türkçe
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prestidigitator
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prestidigitator
(isim) hokkabaz
İngilizce - İngilizce
A performance of or skill in performing magic or conjuring tricks with the hands; sleight of hand

My favorite prestidigitation was when he pulled the live dove out of that tiny scarf.

A show of skill or deceitful cleverness

His writing was peppered with verbal tricks and prestidigitation.

Legerdemain; sleight of hand; juggling
{i} sleight of hand, act of fooling others through skillful use of hands
manual dexterity in the execution of tricks
prestidigitator
One who performs feats of prestidigitation, a sleight-of-hand artist, a magician
prestidigitator
{i} magician who performs tricks by sleight of hand
prestidigitator
someone who performs magic tricks to amuse an audience
prestidigitator
One skilled in legerdemain or sleight of hand; a juggler
prestidigitation

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    pres·ti·dig·i·ta·tion

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    [ "pres-t&-"di-j&-'tA-sh ] (noun.) 1859. From French prestidigitation :from French preste (“nimble, quick”) ::from Italian presto :::from Late Latin praestus, ("ready at hand") :+ Latin digitus (“finger”) :+ noun of process suffix -ation ::from Latin perfect passive participle suffix -atus ::+ suffix -io. * Note: despite the phonetic similarities, the words prestidigitator and prestidigitation have different origins than prestige, even though this in the past has meant "delusion, illusion, trick".

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