Translation of conjuring in Spanish:

conjuring

prestidigitación, n.

Pronunciation /ˈkɑndʒərɪŋ/ /ˈkəndʒərɪŋ/ /ˈkʌndʒərɪŋ/

noun

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    prestidigitación feminine
    magia feminine
    conjuring trick truco de magia
    • That might sound improbable, but so are all conjuring tricks - that is the point of them.
    • I am always told, by those who purport to know, that there is a simple explanation for all conjuring tricks, but I think it is I who must be simple, because I continue to be completely stumped by all this sleight of hand.
    • Would such conjuring tricks give their writings more authority?
    • Magick should not be confused with magic, which is the art of conjuring and legerdemain.
    • ‘Psychics’ who are honest about their deception call themselves mentalists and call their art magic or conjuring.
    • Contestants will be judged on their magical content and technique, general conjuring ability and their presentation, appearance and personality.
    • It's fun to learn magic tricks and be able to do close up conjuring, and it's also an interesting learning process.
    • There is every chance that he performed a little sleight of hand and other conjuring.
    • But some of the works have a softer edge, and these still-mysterious iconic works evoke a land of vaudevillian conjuring and a world of wonders.
    • For the parapsychologist, this should be considered a useful introduction to the workings of the mind of a creative thinker in the field of conjuring.
    • His close-up conjuring is undeniably impressive, inducing a level of astonishment among his guests that can be measured by the number of obscenity bleeps which pepper their incredulous reactions.
    • In fact, I think it is this admiration for contraptions - for tricky pieces of apparatus that do this when you push that - which often attracts people to the field of conjuring.
    • It shows that there is no unified front even within the field of conjuring and that personal biases can affect the theory and, therefore, the understanding of methods.
    • So there's absolutely no conviction that what was observed in the seance room is anything more than very clever conjuring.
    • Novices in the field of conjuring may be surprised at the diversity of ways one might misdirect attention.