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2 Translation results for charm in Spanish

noun | verb

charm noun

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amuleto, talismán; encanto, atractivo; dije, colgante
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Charm bracelet

Example sentences of
charm noun

  • He keeps a horseshoe as a good luck charm.
  • He fell under the spell of her charms.
  • The resort has many charms.
  • The inn has a quaint charm.
  • The island possesses great charm.
  • The new curtains add charm to the room.
  • The seaside location is a big part of the house's charm.
  • He won her over with his charm.

Synonyms of
charm noun

Detailed synonyms for charm noun

See: Fetish

charm verb

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charmed, has charmed, is charming, charms
encantar, cautivar, fascinar

Example sentences of
charm verb

  • He was known for his ability to charm voters.
  • The snake was charmed by the music.
  • He charmed the committee into approving his proposal.
  • I was charmed by the cozy country inn.

Detailed synonyms for charm verb

See: Attract

Reverse translation for charm

amuleto  - amulet, charm 
talismán  - talisman, charm 
encanto  - charm, fascination, spell, delightful person or thing 
atractivo  - attraction, appeal, charm 
dije  - charm (on a bracelet) 
colgante  - pendant, charm (on a bracelet) 
encantar  - to enchant, to bewitch, to charm, to delight 
cautivar  - to captivate, to charm 
fascinar  - to fascinate, to charm, to captivate 
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