charm
[tʃɑːm]
NOUN
  1. the power or quality of delighting, attracting, or fascinating others.
    "his charm has captivated the media"
    synonyms:
    attractiveness · beauty · glamour · prettiness · loveliness · appeal ·
    allure · desirability · seductiveness · magnetism · sexual magnetism · animal magnetism · charisma · wiles · blandishments · enticement · bonniness · gorgeousness · pulling power · come-on · comeliness · appeal · pull · draw · drawing power · attraction · allure · fascination · captivation · pleasingness · delightfulness
    antonyms:
  2. a small ornament worn on a necklace or bracelet.
    "the trinkets were charms from his wife's bracelet"
    synonyms:
  3. an object, act, or saying believed to have magic power.
    "the charm begins with ritual instructions"
    synonyms:
    spell · incantation · conjuration · rune · magic formula · magic word ·
    abracadabra · jinx · sorcery · magic · witchcraft · wizardry · mojo · hex · makutu · talisman · fetish · amulet · mascot · totem · idol · juju · periapt · phylactery
  4. physics
    one of six flavours of quark.
VERB
charms (third person present) · charmed (past tense) · charmed (past participle) · charming (present participle)
  1. delight greatly.
    "the books have charmed children the world over"
    synonyms:
    delight · please · win · win over · appeal to · attract · captivate · allure ·
    antonyms:
  2. control or achieve by or as if by magic.
    "a gesticulating figure endeavouring to charm a cobra" ·
    "she will charm your warts away"
Origin
Middle English (in the senses ‘incantation or magic spell’ and ‘to use spells’): from Old French charme (noun), charmer (verb), from Latin carmen ‘song, verse, incantation’.
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How to use charm in a sentence?
the unblemished charm of rustic life has been a perennial source of inspiration for the painter.
he launched a charm offensive against MPs who didn't support the government.
the Latvian capital combines winter charm with buzzing nightlife.
he magnetized the old people with the charm of his personality.
he turned his charm on Tara, much to Hegarty's annoyance.
he combines intellectual firepower with persuasive charm.
he had charm, good looks, and an amusing insouciance.
a gesticulating figure endeavouring to charm a cobra.
he began to rhapsodize about Gaby's beauty and charm.
he chatted away, exercising his rather effete charm.
she was blessed with talent and charm in abundance.
you're not going to charm me into changing my mind.
the trinkets were charms from his wife's bracelet.
medieval towns which still retain old-world charm.
he used his charm to become a small-time swindler.
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Laguages Translations
Afrikaans (NOUN)sjarme, bekoring
Arabic (NOUN)سحر, السحر, سحرها, فتنة, سحرك, تميمة, تعويذة, سحره
Bangla চার্ম
Bosnian (Latin) šarm
Bulgarian (NOUN)чар, очарованието, чара, обаяние
(VERB)очарова
Cantonese (Traditional) 魅力
Catalan (NOUN)encant, encís, seducció
Chinese Simplified 魅力
Chinese Traditional 魅力
Croatian (NOUN)šarm, gumbić, šarma, šarmom, milina, draž, šarmu, čar, čari
(VERB)šarmira
Czech (NOUN)kouzlo, šarm, amulet, půvab, šarmem, šarmu, talisman
(VERB)okouzlí
Danish (NOUN)charme, indtage
(VERB)charmere
Dutch (NOUN)charme, tovermiddel, bekoring
(VERB)charmeren, bekoren
Estonian (NOUN)võlu
Fijian Bee
Filipino alindog
Finnish (NOUN)charmia, viehätys, hurmata
French (NOUN)charme, breloque
(VERB)charmer
German (NOUN)Charme, Reiz, Zauber, Anmut, Amulett, Flair
(VERB)bezaubern
Greek (NOUN)γοητεία, γούρι, γραφικότητα, φυλαχτό, χάρη
(VERB)γοητεύσει
Haitian Creole chame
Hebrew (NOUN)קסם, קמע, הקסם, מהקסם, צ'ארם, קמיע, וקסם, הקמיע, בקסם
(VERB)להקסים
Hindi (NOUN)आकर्षण, जादू
Hmong Daw povhaum
Hungarian (NOUN)igézet, varázsa, medál, báj, bája, báját, bájjal, bájt
Icelandic (NOUN)þokki, heilla
Indonesian (NOUN)pesona, daya tarik, keindahan, mantra
Italian (NOUN)fascino, charne, charme, incanto
(VERB)affascinare
Japanese (NOUN)魅力, チャーム, お守り, 魔法, 魅力的
Klingon wejpuH
Korean (NOUN)매력, 부적, 참, 참을, 매혹, 마법
Latvian (NOUN)šarmu, šarms, armu, šarma, burvība, burvestību, amulets
Lithuanian (NOUN)žavesio, Šarm
Malagasy tsintona
Malay (Latin) (NOUN)kepesonaan, keindahan
Norwegian Bokmål sjarm
Persian (NOUN)جذابیت, افسون
Polish (NOUN)urok, uroku, czar, urokiem, wdzięku, urokowi, zaklęcie
Portuguese (NOUN)charme, encanto, amuleto, talismã, atractivo, feitiço
(VERB)encantar, seduzir
Querétaro Otomi njohya
Romanian (NOUN)farmecul, acuzaţie, şarmul
Russian (NOUN)очарование, шарм, обаяние, прелесть, талисман
(VERB)очаровать
Samoan asoa o le
Serbian (Cyrillic) шарм
Serbian (Latin) šarm
Slovak (NOUN)kúzlo, šarm, čaro, pôvab, šarmom, šarmu, amulet
Slovenian (NOUN)čar, brezhibno, šarm, šarmom, šarma, čare
(VERB)očarala
Spanish (NOUN)encanto, amuleto
(VERB)encantar
Swedish (NOUN)berlock, förtrolla
(VERB)charma
Tahitian Bee
Tamil அழகை
Telugu మనో
Thai (NOUN)เสน่ห์
Tongan fakalangilangi
Turkish (NOUN)çekicilik, cazibe, tılsım, büyüsü, büyü
Ukrainian (NOUN)чарівність, шарм, шармом, шарму, принадність, привабливості
(VERB)зачарувати
Urdu (NOUN)توجہ
Vietnamese (NOUN)say mê
Welsh tlws
Yucatec Maya encanto
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