A transitive verb is a verb that requires a direct object (e.g. I bought a book.).
transitive verb
1. (to captivate)
a. cautivar
The colonel was seemingly enchanted by my granddaughter and promptly invited her out to dinner.Parecía que mi nieta había cautivado al coronel, ya que de inmediato la invitó a cenar en un restaurante.
b. encantar
Julia was enchanted with the story about the goats.A Julia le encantó la historia de las cabras.
2. (to bewitch)
a. encantar
The forest had been enchanted by a wicked witch so that anyone who dared set foot in it would fall asleep.Una bruja muy mala había encantado el bosque para que cualquier persona que se atreviera a poner un pie en él se adormeciera.
b. hechizar
The wizard used his magic wand to enchant all the children and turn them into animals.El brujo usó su varita mágica para hechizar a todos los niños y convertirlos en animales.
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A transitive verb is a verb that requires a direct object (e.g. I bought a book.).
transitive verb
1. (charm)
a. cautivar, encantar
he was less than enchanted by the ideala idea no le hacía mucha gracia
2. (put under a spell)
a. hechizar
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enchant [ɪnˈtʃɑːnt]
transitive verb
(often passive) encantar; (use magic on) encantar; hechizar
we were enchanted with the place el sitio nos encantó
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