Translation of abracadabra in Spanish:


¡abracadabra!, interj.

Pronunciation /ˌæbrəkəˈdæbrə/ /ˌabrəkəˈdabrə/


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    • The fairy moved her magic stick and - abracadabra!
    • Charisma, love and magic and abracadabra, Gemma's not on booze, Ahmed is polite to his car maintenance teacher and Wayne has left his knife at home.
    • A person who is unaware of the phenomenon of magnetism could be fooled by a magician who presents lodestone as a ‘magic rock,’ perhaps as a formerly ordinary rock made magical by saying the word abracadabra.
    • He worked his magic and, abracadabra, the Panthers finished a respectable 7-9.
    • She actually thought I meant to wave a wand and say abracadabra!
    • All you have to do here is go to your stove, put in a cabbage, wiggle your nose and, abracadabra!
    • But before you could say abracadabra the project hit the rocks and CTI was lucky to even get an album's worth of material out of the studio.
    • Essentially an electronic book, it contains over 400 definitions and essays, from abracadabra to zombies.
    • If you you're a wizard… you can always use your abracadabra to make orange juice!
    • Too many occasions ruined by intrusive waiters demanding that you shut up and listen to them describe what you are about to eat before you eat it, too many orchestrated removals of silver covers - abracadabra, hocus pocus!
    • Lo and behold, (and abracadabra too), it worked!