magic

listen to the pronunciation of magic
Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
{i} sihirbazlık

Gerçek bir canlı sihirbazlık gösterisi izlemek ister misin? - Do you wanna see a real live magic show?

Bu sihirbazlıktaki hileyi fark ettim. - I was aware of the trick in this magic.

{i} büyü

Ona büyü yapacağım ve bir kurbağaya çevireceğim. - I'll use magic on him and turn him into a frog.

Her lamba büyülü değildir. - Not every lamp is magic.

sihir

Keşke sihir kullanabilsem. - I wish I could use magic.

Bu sihirbazlıktaki hileyi fark ettim. - I was aware of the trick in this magic.

{i} büyücülük
sihirle ilgili
sihirli

Tom birkaç sihirli hileler bilir. - Tom knows a few magic tricks.

Tom sihirli bir numara yaptı. - Tom performed a magic trick.

çekicilik
tılsımlı
büyülü

Japon folklöründe, bakenekolar büyülü güçleri olan kedilerdir. - In Japanese folklore, bakeneko are cats with magical powers.

Narnia'nın büyülü dünyasına hoş geldiniz. - Welcome to the magical world of Narnia.

büyücülükte kullanılan
gözbağcılık
black magic cin ve şeytanlar aracılığıyl
magic wand sihirli değnek
istidraç
gözbağı
cincilik
büyülü magic mirror bakılınca gaipten haber veren ayna
(Tıp) majik
{i} gözbağcılık, hokkabazlık
füsun
sihri
büyüsü
magic lantern
(Sinema) büyülü fener
magic eye
göz ışıtacı
magic number
büyülü sayı
magic square
sihirli kare
magic art
büyü sanatı
magic box
sihirli kutu
magic eye
büyülü göz
magic lamp
sihirli lambası
magic marker
Fosforlu kalem, ispirtolu kalem
magic mushroom
sihirli mantar
magic realism
büyülü gerçekçiliği
magic stick
sihirli asa
magic trick
Hokus pokus, el çabukluğu, sihir numarası
magic word
Sihirli kelime
magic bullet theory
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) sihirli formül teorisi
magic helper
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) büyülü yardımcı
magic lamb
sihirli lamba
magic marker
keçeli kalem
magic match
(Bilgisayar) sihirli eşleşme
magic mirror
sihirli ayna
magic number
(Nükleer Bilimler) sihirli sayı
magic numbers
(Nükleer Bilimler) sihirli sayılar
magic square
(Matematik) büyülü dördül
magic wand
sihirli değnek

Tom sihirli değneğini bir sihirli değnek dükkanından aldı. - Tom bought his magic wand at a magic wand shop.

magical
büyülü

Onu öpmek büyülü, unutulmaz bir andı. - Kissing her was a magical, unforgettable moment.

Tom ve Mary birlikte Pulpit Rock'tan paraşütle atladılar. Kısa ama büyülü bir deneyimdi. - Tom and Mary have jumped together from Pulpit Rock with a parachute. It was a short but magical experience.

believe in magic
büyüye inanmak
magical
çok güzel

Bu fantezi kitap gösterişli çok güzel büyülerin bir birbirini izlemesidir ve onun yerine bu onu sıkıcı yapar. - This fantasy book is a succession of really flashy magical spells and that makes it boring instead.

magical
fevkalade

Fevkalade ve unutulmaz bir Noel dileriz! - Wishing you a magical and memorable Christmas!

magical
(Tıp) majikal
black magic
kara büyü

Tom kara büyü uyguluyor. - Tom practices black magic.

Kara büyü diye bir şey yoktur. - There's no such thing as black magic.

magical
sihirli

Geçmişte insanlar sihirli güçler kazanmak için kendilerini şeytana satarlardı. Şimdilerde bu güçleri bilimden kazanıyorlar ve kendilerini şeytanlaşmak zorunda buluyorlar. - In former days, men sold themselves to the Devil to acquire magical powers. Nowadays they acquire those powers from science, and find themselves compelled to become devils.

Ve onlar kendilerini Narnia denen sihirli bir dünyada buldular. - And they found themselves in a magical world called Narnia.

magical
etkileyici
magical
esrarengiz
magically
büyülenmiş gibi
as by magic
olarak büyü ile
cast a magic spell
Büyü yapmak
dark magic
Kara büyü
magically
sihirli
supposedly evil magic
sözde kötü büyü
third person singular of magic
üçüncü kişi büyü tekil
work like magic
(deyim) Bir şey bir şeye çok iyi gelmek, etkili olmak, işe yaramak
black magic
şeytan büyüsü
black magic
(kötü bir amaç için yapılan) büyü
magical
{s} büyü gibi
magical
sihirsel
magically
büyüleyerek
magically
sihirle

Ümit; bir saat önce bitirdiğin çikolatalı çörek kutusunun sihirle tekrar dolup dolmadığını kontrol etmek için çılgın bir adam gibi birdenbire mutfağa doğru koştuğundadır. - Hope is when you suddenly run to the kitchen like a mad man to check if the empty chocolate cookie box you just finished an hour ago is magically full again.

magically
büyülü bir şekilde
white magic
iyi büyü
white magic
melek büyüsü
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
The decrypted Japanese messages produced by US cryptographers in and prior to World War II
To cast a magic spell on or at someone or something
Wonderful, amazing or incredible

a magic moment.

A ritual associated with supernatural magic or with mysticism
Something spectacular or wonderful

movie magic.

Having supernatural talents, properties or qualities attributed to magic

a magic wand; a magic dragon.

Describing the number of nucleons in a particularly stable isotopic nucleus; 2, 8, 20, 28, 50, 82, 126, and 184
Any behaviour of a program or algorithm that cannot be explained or is yet to be defined or implemented
To produce something, as if by magic
Allegedly supernatural charm, spell or other method to dominate natural forces
An illusion performed to give the appearance of magic or the supernatural
Featuring illusions that are usually performed for entertainment

a magic show; a magic trick.

A cause not quite understood

Magic makes the light go on.

{f} produce by magic; remove by magic; control by magic
{s} of or pertaining to magic; used in magic; created by means of magic; enchanting, charming
{i} sorcery, witchcraft, ability to supernaturally control natural forces or events by means of spells and incantations; conjuring, sleight of hand, creation of illusions as a form of entertainment; enchantment, charm, mystical influence
Magic is the power to use supernatural forces to make impossible things happen, such as making people disappear or controlling events in nature. They believe in magic Older legends say that Merlin raised the stones by magic
{a} performed by magic arts
{n} a dealing with spirits, enchantment
A mystical force or energy which is harnessed by a magician (folk or ceremonial) using their Will to bring desired change into ones life (sometimes spelt: Magick)
Magic is used in expressions such as there is no magic formula and there is no magic solution to say that someone will have to make an effort to solve a problem, because it will not solve itself. There is no magic formula for producing winning products
Use of supernatural techniques to accomplish specific aims
1 The weave of the unnatural or supernatural that permeates the world
You can use expressions such as the magic number and the magic word to indicate that a number or word is the one which is significant or desirable in a particular situation. their quest to gain the magic number of 270 electoral votes on Election Day
- (or "FM") As yet unexplained, or too complicated to explain (Arthur C ) Clarke's Third Law: "Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic
Willful use of psychic skills to activate subtle forces to obey; use of ceremony, ritual, incantations, natural and human-made objects of correct vibrational frequency for desired outcome
Pertaining to the hidden wisdom supposed to be possessed by the Magi; relating to the occult powers of nature, and the producing of effects by their agency
approval If you say that something is magic, you think it is very good or enjoyable. It was magic -- one of the best days of my life. = brilliant. Use of means (such as charms or spells) believed to have supernatural power over natural forces. It constitutes the core of many religious systems and plays a central social role in many nonliterate cultures. Magic is often distinguished from religion as being more impersonal and mechanical and emphasizing technique. Its techniques are usually regarded as means to specific ends (an enemy's defeat, rainfall, etc.), although another view ascribes a more symbolic, expressive character to such activity. Thus, a rainmaking ritual may both elicit rainfall and stress the symbolic importance of rain and the agricultural activities associated with it. Both the magician and the magical rite are typically surrounded by taboos, purification procedures, and other activities that draw the participants into the magical sphere. Strains of magic in Western tradition, formerly associated with heretics, alchemists, witches, and sorcerers, persist in modern times in the activities of satanists and others. The art of entertaining by performing apparently magical feats (sometimes called conjuring) relies on the use of sleight of hand and other means. See also shaman, vodun, witchcraft and sorcery
Code name for US code breaking operations against the Japanese
Hence: Seemingly requiring more than human power; imposing or startling in performance; producing effects which seem supernatural or very extraordinary; having extraordinary properties; as, a magic lantern; a magic square or circle
The art of manipulating the universal energy within the laws of nature to influence the outcome Or, as a friend once said to me "All things are due to the dice playing God with the universe Magic; the art of loading the dice " Spot the discordian!
If you refer to a person's magic, you mean a special talent or ability that they have, which you admire or consider very impressive. The fighter believes he can still regain some of his old magic
A Big Tall WishNight of the MeekDust
You use magic to describe something that does things, or appears to do things, by magic. So it's a magic potion? the magic ingredient that helps to keep skin looking smooth
"the manipulation of spiritual power"; "the use of rituals and paraphernalia to manipulate spiritual powers" in contrast to religion, in which people seek to supplicate the God or gods (Van Rheenen 1996a, 218)
possessing or using or characteristic of or appropriate to supernatural powers; "charming incantations"; "magic signs that protect against adverse influence"; "a magical spell"; "'tis now the very witching time of night"- Shakespeare; "wizard wands"; "wizardly powers"
adj 1 As yet unexplained, or too complicated to explain; compare {automagically} and (Arthur C ) Clarke's Third Law: "Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic " "TTY echoing is controlled by a large number of magic bits " "This routine magically computes the parity of an 8-bit byte in three instructions " 2 Characteristic of something that works although no one really understands why (this is especially called {black magic}) 3 [Stanford] A feature not generally publicized that allows something otherwise impossible, or a feature formerly in that category but now unveiled Compare {black magic}, {wizardly}, {deep magic}, {heavy wizardry} For more about hackish `magic', see {A Story About `Magic'} (in {appendix A})
From the Greek magikos magical, from the old Persian magus, referring to those who were were skilled in the production of sacred rites, and in the divinitory arts such as the interpretation of dreams, omens, and astrological significations Psychologically, the idea of magic holds the wish that knowledge will give us the power to to protect ourselves from the ambiguity and strangeness of unknown
Ihergin
The decrypted messages produced by US cryptographers in WWII - it is usually taken to mean ... from Japanese intercepts. The equivalent in the UK was Ultra, referring to decrypted German traffic
Concerns the pursuit of knowledge of the world and the universe as well as the mysteries of life; also the use of powers to temporarily alter reality
a conscious direction of will to accomplish a goal
A term that, intentionally, is left undefined, allowing its use as a 'place-holder' whose meaning depends on context rather than definition If in doubt, try substituting any of the following: insight, illusion, joy, surprise, wisdom, the unexplainable, creating something from nothing -- or choose your own meaning according to the context
(sorcery), art of attaining objectives, acquiring knowledge, or performing works of wonder through supernatural or nonrational means Techniques used in magic typically include chants and spells, gestures or actions that often have a symbolic relation to the desired result (for example, acting out a successful hunt of the past to make a future hunt successful), and the use of substances believed to have a special relationship with the powers needed to accomplish the intended purpose
Madge-ick; using the natural energy of ourselves and our surroundings in accordance with our will to achieve desired results Also: Magick, Majik, et al
A ritual associated with mysticism
The term commonly used for any ability which can alter matter or influence people or things Magic is divided into three major categories: Celestial, Elemental, and Divine
(also see Axiom): This axiom determines the accessabilty and power of mysical energy and supernatual power At 0, not even flashes of insight, ESP, or deja vu occurs On Earth (7), divination is possible, but it is not always reliable The higher the axiom, the easier magic is to learn, and the more powerful masters can be, and the more comon magical beings and items are In Aylse (18 - the highest realm), almost everyone is born with some magic ability At 33 magic can be used by any creature capable of forming a desire
the attempt to solve a problem where it is not, i e , trying to solve a problem in the mind through physical or " mindless" measures: the ego's strategy to keep the real problem -- the belief in separation -- from God's Answer; guilt is projected outside our minds onto others (attack) or our bodies (sickness) and sought to be corrected there, rather than being undone in our minds by bringing it to the Holy Spirit; referred to as " false healing" in " The Song of Prayer "
any art that invokes supernatural powers
the conscious use of psychic energy, accompanied by ritual, to accomplish a goal; often spelled 'magick' to distinguish it from stage magic (such as sleight-of-hand)
A statement or operator used in algorithm design that satisfies any conceivable formal requirement. This is used in some methods of formal specification to allow leaving things unspecified (with the intent of later specification, as magic in this sense cannot be implemented). Also known as miracle
an illusory feat; considered magical by naive observers
A comprehensive name for all of the pretended arts which claim to produce effects by the assistance of supernatural beings, or departed spirits, or by a mastery of secret forces in nature attained by a study of occult science, including enchantment, conjuration, witchcraft, sorcery, necromancy, incantation, etc
You can use magic when you are referring to an event that is so wonderful, strange, or unexpected that it seems as if supernatural powers have caused it. You can also say that something happens as if by magic or like magic. All this was supposed to work magic The picture will now appear, as if by magic!
1 : the art of producing illusions by sleight of hand
If you refer to the magic of something, you mean that it has a special mysterious quality which makes it seem wonderful and exciting to you and which makes you feel happy. It infected them with some of the magic of a lost age Magic is also an adjective. Then came those magic moments in the rose-garden
Having supernatural talents, properties, or qualities
Mapping and Geographic Information Centre MAMOG - Magmatism as a Monitor of Gondwana break-up processes MDMS - MetaData Management System MIC - Management in Confidence MME - Management of Marine Ecosystems MOA - Marine Organisational Adaptations MOMU - Meteorological & Ozone Monitoring Unit MOU - Memorandum of Understanding MRAG - Marine Resources Assessment Group MRS - Magnetic Reconnection, Substorms and their Consequences
A naturally occuring field of energy found throughout the Universe which can be tapped by conscious effort and used to affect the environment
Magic is the art and skill of performing mysterious tricks to entertain people, for example by making things appear and disappear. His secret hobby: performing magic tricks
Performed by, or proceeding from, occult and superhuman agencies; done by, or seemingly done by, enchantment or sorcery
Supernatural occurrences or feats
Wandering through Shadow, one may come upon many kinds of magic, from the tittering enchantment of pixies, to curses cast of man, to the mighty pronouncements of dragons However, most of these magic's are special only to their own place They are confined to a single Shadow, a single reality, and work no where else Greater magic works everywhere It comes in three varieties
aeaeae
Magic Cube
Rubik's Cube
magic bullet
A simple remedy to a difficult or complex problem, especially a cure for a disease. Often used to refer to a non-existent, overly simplistic remedy

History shows that there's no magic bullet for a global financial crisis.

magic bullets
plural form of magic bullet
magic carpet
A carpet capable of magical flight, used as a means of travel
magic carpets
plural form of magic carpet
magic circle
An arrangement of natural numbers on circles such that the sum of the numbers on each circle and the sum of numbers on diameter are identical
magic circle
A circle marked by a practioner of magic, used as magical protection or to form a magical area
magic circles
plural form of magic circle
magic cookie
A token or short packet of data passed between communicating programs, used to identify a particular event or transaction; the data is typically not meaningful to the recipient program and not usually interpreted until the recipient passes the data back to the sender or another program at a later time
magic cookies
plural form of magic cookie
magic cube
Proper (trademark, possibly registered): The original Hungarian name (in English, according to Singmaster's Notes on Rubik's 'Magic Cube' and the Wikipedia page) for what later became known in Western markets as Rubik's Cube (which see)
magic cube
Common: By analogy with magic square, an n-by-n-by-n arrangement of n³ numbers such that the numbers in each row, in all columns (horizontal and vertical) and in all main diagonals (of which there are 6*n+4) each have the same sum
magic cubes
plural form of magic cube
magic eyes
plural form of magic eye
magic lantern
An old name for a slide projector
magic lantern
An early form of slide projector that could achieve simple animation by moving and merging images
magic lantern show
An old name for a slideshow, often using an early form of slide projector that could achieve simple animation by moving and merging images
magic lanterns
plural form of magic lantern
magic marker
A felt-tipped pen
magic markers
plural form of magic marker
magic mud
a substance used to treat baseballs before they are put into professional play
magic mud
a mixture of refractory materials used in casting metal
magic mud
a semi-liquid substance made of cornstarch and water used in children's experiments
magic mushroom
Any mushroom-like fungus that has psychedelic effects
magic mushrooms
plural form of magic mushroom
magic number
A metric used to determine a team's required performance to make the playoffs

By extension, the lowest such number that assures a team a playoff berth.

magic number
the number of neutrons or protons in nuclei which are required to fill the major quantum shells, and thus produce exceptionally stable nuclei - 2, 8, 20, 28, 50, 82 & 126
magic numbers
plural form of magic number
magic point
An indicator of how much magical energy or power a character has in a role-playing game. Abbreviated MP
magic points
plural form of magic point
magic realism
a literary style or genre that combines naturalistic details and narrative with surreal or dreamlike elements
magic realist
One who creates works in the style of magic realism
magic realists
plural form of magic realist
magic square
A palindromic square word arrangement, usually in the form of a magic amulet. Probably the best-known is the 5x5 square consisting of the words ROTAS OPERA TENET AREPO SATOR
magic square
An n-by-n arrangement of n2 numbers such that the numbers in each row, in each column and along both diagonals all have the same sum
magic squares
plural form of magic square
magic sword
A sword, usually from mythology or fiction, imbued with magical power to increase its strength or grant it other supernatural qualities
magic swords
plural form of magic sword
magic trick
A remarkable act carried out purportedly by magical means but actually by trickery or illusion, generally as a form of entertainment
magic tricks
plural form of magic trick
magic up
To create something or cause something to come forth, by magic or by some other unexplained means

The landlady magicked up a large breakfast for us and our unexpected guest.

magic wand
A stick or staff used to perform magic
magic wands
plural form of magic wand
magic word
Any word that has a magical effect when uttered
magic word
Mnemonic of the word please

What's the magic word?.

magic words
plural form of magic word
magic-wand
Attributive form of magic wand, noun

The boo-boo was cured with the magic-wand effect.

magic spell
A verbal formula believed to have magical force; "he whispered a spell as he moved his hands"; "inscribed around its base is a charm in Balinese", (synonym) spell, charm
Magic Johnson
orig. Earvin Johnson, Jr. born Aug. 14, 1959, Lansing, Mich., U.S. U.S. basketball player. He led Michigan State University to the collegiate championship in 1979 and led the NBA Los Angeles Lakers to five championships in the 1980s. Standing 6 ft 9 in. (2.06 m) tall, he was exceptionally tall for a point guard and was able to use his size to rebound and score inside. However, he was best known for his creative passing and expert floor leadership. He was named Most Valuable Player three times (1987, 1989, 1990). He retired after being diagnosed with HIV in 1991, though he returned to the Lakers for brief stints as a player and as a coach
Magic Johnson
Earvin "Magic" Johnson (born 1959), American professional basketball player
Magic Marker
a large pen with a thick soft point
magic bullet
a remedy (drug or therapy or preventive) that cures or prevents a disease; "there is no magic bullet against cancer
magic bullet
A magic bullet is an easy solution to a difficult problem. A lot of people are looking for some sort of magic bullet that will solve this problem. Something regarded as a magical solution or cure: "There is no magic bullet against cancer" (Matt Clark)
magic bullet
In medicine, a magic bullet is a drug or treatment that can cure a disease quickly and completely
magic carpet
rug that has the magical ability to fly
magic carpet
In stories, a magic carpet is a special carpet that can carry people through the air. in stories, a carpet that can fly through the air and carry people from one place to another
magic eye
a photoelectric cell
magic eye
electric eye, electrical appliance that is sensitive to changes in light
magic lantern
An optical device formerly used to project an enlarged image of a picture. a piece of equipment used in the past to make pictures shine onto a wall or screen
magic lantern
projector
magic lantern
an early form of slide projector
magic moment
moment in which something special occurs
magic mushroom
Magic mushrooms are a type of mushroom which contain a drug and may make the person who eats them believe they are seeing things which are not real. a type of mushroom that has an effect like some drugs, and makes you see things that are not really there
magic mushroom
mescal button: the button-shaped top of the mescal cactus; a source of psilocybin
magic number
the atomic number of an extra stable strongly bound atomic nucleus: 2, 8, 20, 28, 50, 82 or 126
magic number
atomic number, number of protons and neutrons in an atom
magic power
supernatural capabilities, powers that are beyond the norm
magic realism
Magic realism is a style of writing or painting which sometimes describes dreams as though they were real, and real events as though they were dreams. a style of imaginative novel writing connected especially with 20th century writers from Latin America, such as Jorge Luis Borges, Gabriel García Márquez, and Isabel Allende, in which impossible events are described as if they are real. or magical realism Latin-American literary phenomenon characterized by the matter-of-fact incorporation of fantastic or mythical elements into otherwise realistic fiction. The term was first applied to literature in the 1940s by the Cuban novelist Alejo Carpentier (1904-1980), who recognized the tendency of his region's contemporary storytellers as well as contemporary novelists to illuminate the mundane by means of the fabulous. Prominent practitioners include Gabriel Garcia Marquez, Jorge Amado, Jorge Luis Borges, Miguel Angel Asturias, Julio Cortazar, and Isabel Allende born 1942 . The term has been applied to literature and art outside of Latin America as well
magic realism
genre of meticulously realistic painting of imaginary scenes and fantastic images
magic remedy
miracle cure, medication that cures a problem very well or very quickly
magic spell
spell: a verbal formula believed to have magical force; "he whispered a spell as he moved his hands"; "inscribed around its base is a charm in Balinese"
magic square
a square matrix of n rows and columns; the first n-squared integers are arranged in the cells of the matrix is such a way that the sum of any row or column or diagonal is the same
magic square
square divided into smaller numbered squares so that that every row and column adds up to the same total
magic square
A square array of numbers arranged so that the sum of numbers in each row, column, and diagonal is the same The sum in each row, column, and diagonal is called the magic sum The number of rows or columns is called the rank of the magic square
magic square
A square array of n numbers such that sum of the n numbers in any row, column, or main diagonal is a constant (known as the magic sum)
magic touch
special touch, ability to charm
magic trick
an illusory feat; considered magical by naive observers
magic trick
trick which is meant to convince its audience that it has been done by means of magic, conjuring trick, illusion
magic wand
magician's baton, baton used in witchcraft, magic staff
magic wand
A magic wand or a wand is a long thin rod that magicians and fairies wave when they are performing tricks and magic. = wand
magic wand
You use magic wand, especially in the expression there is no magic wand, to indicate that someone is dealing with a difficult problem which cannot be solved quickly and easily. There is no magic wand to secure a just peace
magic word
{i} word that will produce extraordinary or magical results
magic words
password, word that makes something specific happen
black magic
Magic derived from evil forces, as distinct from good or benign forces; or magic performed with the intention of doing harm
doubly magic
Having filled shells of both protons and neutrons and therefore having extra stability and a longer half-life than normal
magically
In a magical manner; by magic, or as if by magic
puff the magic dragon
To smoke marijuana

Sure, he puffed the magic dragon — who didn't? — but no cocaine, no heroin.

magical
{a} performed by magic arts
magically
{a} by the rites, rules of magic
black magic
Black magic or dark magic is type of magic that draws on malevolent powers. It is used for malevolent acts or to deliberately cause harm in some way. It is alternatively spelt with a 'K' (magick), this term is also known as black magick, dark magick, the dark arts of magick and dark side magick
dark magic
Black magic or dark magic is type of magic that draws on malevolent powers. It is used for malevolent acts or to deliberately cause harm in some way. It is alternatively spelt with a 'K' (magick), this term is also known as black magick, dark magick, the dark arts of magick and dark side magick
work like magic
(deyim) Be very effective and successful
Magical
aeaeae
Operation Magic Carpet
operation that brought Jews from Yemen to Israel in the end of the 1940s
The Magic Flute
musical work composed by Mozart
The Magic Mountain
{i} novel written by Thomas Mann and first published in 1924
black magic
sorcery, witchcraft
black magic
Magic practiced for evil purposes or in league with supposed evil spirits; witchcraft. magic that is believed to use the power of the Devil for evil purposes white magic
black magic
Magic used for evil often with the intent of injuring or killing someone It may also be done for the personal gain of the practitioner
black magic
The use of power and the manipulation of matter for selfish ends Materialistic focus of forces that negate the evolutionary urge The moment that there is the least tendency on the part of a group, or of an individual in a group, to force an issue, to bring so much mental pressure to bear that an individual group is helpless under the impact of other minds, you have what is called black magic
black magic
Definition: Magic that draws power from or invokes demons, devils, or spirits of chaos and destruction Such magic usually also involves dark emotions, such as hate, bigorty, and greed
black magic
Magic accomplished with evil intent or by satanic means
black magic
the belief in magical spells that harness occult forces or evil spirits to produce unnatural effects in the world
folk magic
The practice of using charms, spells, or rituals to attempt to control natural or chance events or to influence the behavior or emotions of others
like magic
magical
magical
possessing or using or characteristic of or appropriate to supernatural powers; "charming incantations"; "magic signs that protect against adverse influence"; "a magical spell"; "'tis now the very witching time of night"- Shakespeare; "wizard wands"; "wizardly powers"
magical
Enchanting
magical
Pertaining to the hidden wisdom supposed to be possessed by the Magi; relating to the occult powers of nature, and the producing of effects by their agency
magical
Hence: Seemingly requiring more than human power; imposing or startling in performance; producing effects which seem supernatural or very extraordinary; having extraordinary properties; as, a magic lantern; a magic square or circle
magical
Of or relating to magic
magical
{s} of or pertaining to magic; created by means of magic; enchanting, charming
magical
You can say that a place or object is magical when it has a special mysterious quality that makes it seem wonderful and exciting. The beautiful island of Cyprus is a magical place to get married
magical
Something that is magical seems to use magic or to be able to produce magic. the story of Sin-Sin, a little boy who has magical powers. + magically magi·cal·ly the story of a young boy's adventures after he is magically transported through the cinema screen
magical
Performed by, or proceeding from, occult and superhuman agencies; done by, or seemingly done by, enchantment or sorcery
magically
in a magical manner; "it disappeared magically"
magically
in a magical manner; "it disappeared magically
magically
by means of magic, in a magical manner
magicked
past of magic
magicking
present participle of magic
magics
third person singular of magic
the magic circle
method for treating an individual's problems through support groups
the magic lamp
imaginary lamp from the story of Aladdin
verb magic 3
magicked magicking magic away to make someone or something disappear or go somewhere by using magic
white magic
Magic or incantation practiced for good purposes or as a counter to evil. magic used for good purposes black magic
white magic
magic used only for good purposes
magic
Избранное