enchantment

enchantment
noun
1. (spell) 
The magician's enchantment prevented anyone from entering the castle.El encantamiento del mago impedía que nadie entrara al castillo.
Aaron stood still as a statue as if under some sort of enchantment.Aarón se quedó inmóvil como una estatua como si estuviera bajo algún tipo de hechizo.
2. (delight) 
The enchantment of living in the big city was beginning to wear off for Katy.El encanto de vivir en la gran ciudad empezaba a desaparecer para Katy.
Eating dinner by candlelight with the power out had a certain old-fashioned enchantment.Cenar a la luz de las velas durante el apagón tenía un cierto embeleso a la antigua.
enchantment
Noun
1. (general) 
a. el fascinación f, encanto (M) 
enchantment [ɪnˈtʃɑːntmənt]
noun
(act) encantamiento (m); (delight) encanto (m); (charm, spell) encantamiento (m); hechizo (m)
it lent enchantment to the scene le daba encanto a la escena
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