Translation of mesmeric in Spanish:


cautivante, adj.

Pronunciation /mɛzˈmɛrɪk/ /mɛsˈmɛrɪk/


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    • The effect is a lilting, mesmeric tidal flow of rhythm and melody - you might find yourself slipping into a trance, with or without the aid of controlled substances.
    • His reconstructed realities captivate participants with a mesmeric hold that lasts far beyond the temporal end of a work.
    • He did not use any of the hypnotic or mesmeric influences.
    • And there are mesmeric moments in Smith's performance where he does transform into this extraordinary man.
    • Some of them achieve a pleasingly mesmeric effect by their constant repetition of words like ‘match’ or ‘jump’, but to me they might as well be automatic writing.
    • This was a 30-minute piece of instantly mesmeric, but seemingly simple tones, and it demonstrated how a recording system could be made which would literally create its own music.
    • At times their flowing, passing, attacking football style was almost mesmeric, and Mowbray and his crew brought long-starved fans back to Easter Road and won many new admirers.
    • There was also the mesmeric Mexican duo Rodrigo and Gabriela, whose intricate and sun kissed slices of Spanish guitar made even the most hard hearted of Gringos jump for joy.
    • There was a mesmeric, far-away look in their eyes, even when upside down or with their legs wrapped around their head, that was more than just the effect of fantastically dilated pupils.
    • The final chapters on the 2004 Tour are mesmeric.
    • We know now that, during his fifty years of virtual isolation, Darger had been constructing his own unique imaginary world, a world which he drew and described with mesmeric finesse.
    • Guterson creates a disturbing, mesmeric atmosphere, leaving his readers unsure whether Ann's visions are the result of divine revelation or magic mushrooms.
    • Ballard's work is powered by a number of key obsessions and his voice quietly leads us through them in these notes, mesmeric, dream-like and yet powerfully clarifying.
    • Then they will play Over The Ocean, three minutes 47 seconds of mesmeric, heartfelt sorrow, and the audience will bite its collective lip to hold back the tears.
    • Without being unfair to Neil and the third member, bassist Willy Cullen, the group stems from and is fuelled by Shane's mesmeric songwriting.
    • As the wicked replicant, Helm's performance becomes a mesmeric facial anthology of wickedness: sneering, leering and winking.
    • But her mastery of singular images was assured; and told from the heart, the story was mesmeric, powerful and moving.
    • And its mesmeric power has been only slightly diminished by Adam and Joe's mercilessly spot-on soft-toy pee-take.
    • For me, there's something absolutely mesmeric about this.
    • In true mettle, Usha had hundreds of colourfully dressed students dancing to her mesmeric voice for the full dress rehearsal on Thursday.