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  1. abracadabra

    • IPA[ˌabrəkəˈdabrə]

    美式

    • excl
      a word said by magicians when performing a magic trick.
    • n.
      language, typically in the form of gibberish, used to give the impression of arcane knowledge or power;the implausibly easy achievement of difficult feats
    • noun: abracadabra

    • 釋義

    excl

    • 1. a word said by magicians when performing a magic trick.

    名詞

    • 1. informal language, typically in the form of gibberish, used to give the impression of arcane knowledge or power I get so fed up with all the mumbo jumbo and abracadabra
    • informal the implausibly easy achievement of difficult feats a computer and a little abracadabra turn a freeze-dried steak into a romantic dinner
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    • IPA[ˌabrəkəˈdabrə]

    英式

    • excl
      a word said by conjurors when performing a magic trick.
    • n.
      language used to give the impression of arcane knowledge or power: I get so fed up with all the mumbo jumbo and abracadabra

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