abracadabra
[ˌabrəkəˈdabrə]
EXCLAMATION
  1. a word said by conjurors when performing a magic trick.
    synonyms:
    hocus-pocus · open sesame · mumbo jumbo
NOUN
informal
  1. language used to give the impression of arcane knowledge or power.
    "I get so fed up with all the mumbo jumbo and abracadabra"
    • the implausibly easy performance of difficult feats.
      "the creation of profits was a marvellous bit of abracadabra"
Origin
late 17th century (as a mystical word engraved and used as a charm to ward off illness): from Latin, first recorded in a 2nd-century poem by Q. Serenus Sammonicus, from a Greek base.
What is another word for abracadabra?
How to use abracadabra in a sentence?
the creation of profits was a marvellous bit of abracadabra.
I get so fed up with all the mumbo jumbo and abracadabra.
How to say abracadabra in other languages?
Laguages Translations
Afrikaans (NOUN)Abrakadabra
Arabic (NOUN)تعويذة
Bosnian (Latin) Abrakadabra
Bulgarian (NOUN)Абракадабра, заклинание
Cantonese (Traditional) 阿巴卡拉达布拉
Chinese Simplified 阿巴卡拉达布拉
Chinese Traditional 阿巴卡拉達布拉
Croatian čarobna riječ
Czech (NOUN)abrakadabra
Danish (NOUN)abrakadabra
Estonian (NOUN)Hölynpöly
Filipino scooby doo-katakut-takot
Finnish (NOUN)simsalabim
German (NOUN)Abrakadabra
Greek (NOUN)Αβαντα
Hebrew אברקדברה
Hindi (NOUN)मंत्र
Hungarian (NOUN)abrakadabra
Indonesian (NOUN)Abrakadabra
Japanese (NOUN)アブラカダブラ
Korean 수리 수리
Latvian nesakarīgs savārstījums
Lithuanian (NOUN)Girlfriend
Polish (NOUN)abrakadabra
Russian (NOUN)абракадабра
Serbian (Cyrillic) Абракадабра
Serbian (Latin) Abrakadabra
Slovak (NOUN)Abrakadabra, čárymáry
Slovenian (NOUN)Abrakadabra
Swedish (NOUN)abrakadabra
Telugu అరాదాబద్ర
Turkish (NOUN)abrakadabra
Urdu ابراکادآبرا
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