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charm /tʃɑːm $ tʃɑːrm/ noun

(n.) افسون، طلسم، فریبندگی، دلربایی، سحر
(vt.& vi.) افسون کردن، مسحور کردن، فریفتن، شیفتن، روانشناسی: جذابیت
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- attraction, allure, appeal, fascination, magnetism
- spell, enchantment, magic, sorcery
- talisman, amulet, fetish, trinket
- attract, allure, beguile, bewitch, captivate, delight, enchant, enrapture, entrance, fascinate, mesmerize, win over
Contrasted words: hatefulness, obnoxiousness, odiousness, repulsiveness, distastefulness, unpleasantness
Related Words: allurement, attraction, attractiveness, lure, agreeableness, delightfulness, gratefulness
English Thesaurus: attraction, appeal, the lure of something, charm, glamour, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. charm1 /tʃɑːm $ tʃɑːrm/ noun
[Date: 1200-1300; Language: Old French; Origin: charme, from Latin carmen 'song', from canere 'to sing']

1. [uncountable and countable] a special quality someone or something has that makes people like them, feel attracted to them, or be easily influenced by them – used to show approval ⇒ charming:
Joe’s boyish charm
charm of
the charm of this small Southern city
She turned on the charm (=used her charm) to all the men.
The room had no windows and all the charm of a prison cell (=used to say that something has no charm).

2. [countable] a very small object worn on a chain or bracelet:
a charm bracelet
a small gold horseshoe worn as a lucky charm

3. [countable] a phrase or action believed to have special magic powers Synonym : spell

4. work like a charm to work exactly as you had hoped:
The new sales program has worked like a charm.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. charm2 verb [transitive]

1. to attract someone and make them like you, sometimes in order to make them do something for you ⇒ charming:
We were charmed by the friendliness of the local people.

2. to please and interest someone:
a story that has charmed generations of children

3. to gain power over someone or something by using magic

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

ADJ. considerable, great, immense a woman of considerable charm
easy, natural, quiet, real, special His natural charm and wit made him very popular.
personal | boyish, feminine | old-fashioned, old-world, period, traditional | rural, rustic The farmhouse had a certain rustic charm about it.
VERB + CHARM have, possess | keep, retain The village still retains a lot of its old-world charm.
turn on, use He can certainly turn on the charm when he wants to! I nagged him for a week and used all my feminine charm.
exude, ooze He oozes charm, but I wouldn't trust him.
be immune to, resist He was unable to resist her charms.
succumb to Many women had succumbed to his charms.
be lacking in, lack The dining room was dark and gloomy, and the food was similarly lacking in charm.
lose The idea of being a farmer had lost its charm for me by this time.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


have charm
Richard was clever and he had a lot of charm.
use your charm
She knew when to use her charm in order to get what she wanted.
turn on the charm (=use your charm to get something)
If you turn on the charm, I’m sure you’ll get the job.
ooze charm (=have or show a lot of charm)
Every time she saw him, he oozed charm.
lack charm/be lacking in charm
A lot of new buildings lack charm.
something loses its charm
He was getting older, and travel was losing its charm.
succumb to sb’s/sth’s charms (=allow yourself to be influenced by their charms)
Thomas seemed to be succumbing to Sylvie's charms.
resist sb’s charm (=not allow yourself to be influenced by someone’s charm)
People say that it was impossible to resist Burton’s charm.
be part of somebody's/something's charm
The house is a long way from anywhere and that is part of its charm.
boyish charm
Women seem to love his boyish charm.
great charm
He was a man of great charm.
easy charm (=relaxed charm)
Hudson was full of easy charm and smiles.
rustic charm (=charm that is simple, old-fashioned and typical of the countryside)
The cottage had a certain rustic charm.
natural charm
She had a quiet natural charm that everyone liked.
personal charm
He was a man of great personal charm.
considerable charm
Their music has considerable charm.
immense charm (=very great)
No one could resist his immense charm.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of English Phrases

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