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A transitive verb is a verb that requires a direct object (e.g. I bought a book.).
1. (to cast a spell over)
a. hechizar
The beauty of the small village bewitched the tourists.La belleza de la aldea hechizó a los turistas.
The mermaid bewitched the sailor with her song.La sirena hechizó al marinero con su canción.
b. embrujar
The legend says she bewitched the city library, and every February 14th strange things happen there.La leyenda dice que embrujó la biblioteca de la ciudad, y cada 14 de febrero suceden cosas extrañas allí.
c. encantar
A druid bewitched the forest.Un druida encantó el bosque.
2. (to enchant)
a. encantar
Louise's eyes bewitched me and left me speechless.Los ojos de Louise me encantaron y me dejaron mudo.
b. cautivar
Brad bewitched me with his lovely smile.Brad me cautivó con su linda sonrisa.
c. hechizar
Diana preferred dogs, until her brother's cat bewitched her.Diana prefería los perros hasta que el gato de su hermano la hechizó.
d. embrujar
The spectacular dancers bewitched the audience.Los espectaculares bailarines embrujaron al público.
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A transitive verb is a verb that requires a direct object (e.g. I bought a book.).
1. (fascinate)
a. embrujar, cautivar
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bewitch [bɪˈwɪtʃ]
transitive verb
(cast a spell on) hechizar; (seduce) seducir; cautivar; (enchant) encantar;
Collins Complete Spanish Electronic Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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