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sorceress

  • 1 bruja

    f.
    1 witch, sorceress.
    3 vixen, old bag, old hag, bitch.
    4 crone, harridan.
    5 barn owl.
    pres.subj.
    3rd person singular (él/ella/ello) Present Subjunctive of Spanish verb: brujir.
    * * *
    1 (hechicera) witch
    * * *
    noun f.
    * * *
    1.
    ADJ

    estar bruja Caribe, Méx ** to be broke *, be flat (EEUU) *

    ando bien bruja** I'm skint **

    2. SF
    1) (=hechicera) witch
    2) * (=arpía) old hag *; Méx woman
    3) Caribe, Cono Sur (=fantasma) spook *, ghost; (=puta) whore
    4) (Orn) barn owl
    * * *
    1) ( mujer antipática) (fam) witch (colloq), old hag (colloq); ver tb brujo II
    2) (AmC, Col) (Zool) moth
    * * *
    = witch, bitch, dragon lady, shrewish, evil old woman, sorceress, old hag, hag, old bag, old crone, old bat.
    Ex. Recently parents and concerned citizens have increasingly challenged library books that feature witches, demons and the devil whether in fiction, mythology or mysticism.
    Ex. Scarlett O'Hara, the main character, is portrayed as both a scheming bitch and hard-nosed survivor.
    Ex. The impassive Diane is portrayed early on as the office dragon lady, bossing about her underling.
    Ex. He was a shiftless, good-for-nothing man and his shrewish wife was constantly importuning him.
    Ex. The fear of evil old women flying across the sky on broomsticks and hunting for children still remains today because of the ignorance of humanity.
    Ex. Its origin is a German folktale in which a beautiful girl with long golden hair is kept imprisoned in a lonely tower by a sorceress.
    Ex. On the streets of London we meet some of the denizens of the city -- there is the sandwich-board man, a blind old hag, and a lamplighter among them.
    Ex. Many stories about hags seem to have been used to frighten children into being good.
    Ex. Feminists prior to her were the old bags, the women that were so ugly you couldn't stand to look at them.
    Ex. About this time several of the old crones of the tribe offered their ribald advice on how the new couple should conduct themselves off in the forest together.
    Ex. The other day some crazy old bat stole both my house keys and car keys.
    ----
    * bieja bruja = old hag.
    * caza de brujas = witch-hunt, witch hunting.
    * vieja bruja = evil old woman, harridan, hag, old bag, old crone, old bat.
    * * *
    1) ( mujer antipática) (fam) witch (colloq), old hag (colloq); ver tb brujo II
    2) (AmC, Col) (Zool) moth
    * * *
    = witch, bitch, dragon lady, shrewish, evil old woman, sorceress, old hag, hag, old bag, old crone, old bat.

    Ex: Recently parents and concerned citizens have increasingly challenged library books that feature witches, demons and the devil whether in fiction, mythology or mysticism.

    Ex: Scarlett O'Hara, the main character, is portrayed as both a scheming bitch and hard-nosed survivor.
    Ex: The impassive Diane is portrayed early on as the office dragon lady, bossing about her underling.
    Ex: He was a shiftless, good-for-nothing man and his shrewish wife was constantly importuning him.
    Ex: The fear of evil old women flying across the sky on broomsticks and hunting for children still remains today because of the ignorance of humanity.
    Ex: Its origin is a German folktale in which a beautiful girl with long golden hair is kept imprisoned in a lonely tower by a sorceress.
    Ex: On the streets of London we meet some of the denizens of the city -- there is the sandwich-board man, a blind old hag, and a lamplighter among them.
    Ex: Many stories about hags seem to have been used to frighten children into being good.
    Ex: Feminists prior to her were the old bags, the women that were so ugly you couldn't stand to look at them.
    Ex: About this time several of the old crones of the tribe offered their ribald advice on how the new couple should conduct themselves off in the forest together.
    Ex: The other day some crazy old bat stole both my house keys and car keys.
    * bieja bruja = old hag.
    * caza de brujas = witch-hunt, witch hunting.
    * vieja bruja = evil old woman, harridan, hag, old bag, old crone, old bat.

    * * *
    A (mujer antipática) ( fam); witch ( colloq), old hag ( colloq) ver tb brujo2 (↑ brujo (2))
    B (AmC, Col) ( Zool) moth
    * * *

     

    bruja sustantivo femenino
    1 witch, sorceress
    2 fig (mujer antipática) old bag
    ' bruja' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    mientras
    - chicha
    - escoba
    English:
    bitch
    - cow
    - hag
    - sorceress
    - witch
    - change
    * * *
    nf
    1. [hechicera] witch, sorceress
    2. Fam [mujer fea] hag
    3. Fam [mujer mala] witch
    adj
    CAm, Carib, Méx Fam
    andar o [m5] estar bruja [sin dinero] to be broke o Br skint
    * * *
    f
    1 witch;
    :
    estar bruja fam be broke fam
    * * *
    bruja n witch [pl. witches]

    Spanish-English dictionary > bruja

  • 2 hechicera

    adj.
    1 witch, wizard; hag.
    2 charmer, enchanter, bewitcher.
    3 charming, bewitching, attractive in the highest degree.
    f.
    1 sorceress, enchantress, witch, hag.
    2 witch doctor, medicine woman, wise woman.
    * * *
    Ex. Its origin is a German folktale in which a beautiful girl with long golden hair is kept imprisoned in a lonely tower by a sorceress.
    * * *

    Ex: Its origin is a German folktale in which a beautiful girl with long golden hair is kept imprisoned in a lonely tower by a sorceress.

    * * *

    hechicero,-a
    I adjetivo bewitching, enchanting
    II m,f (hombre) wizard, sorcerer
    (mujer) witch, sorceress
    ' hechicera' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    saga
    English:
    enchantress
    - sorceress
    * * *
    f sorceress
    * * *
    hechicera n witch [pl. witches]

    Spanish-English dictionary > hechicera

  • 3 hechicero

    adj.
    witching.
    m.
    sorcerer, bewitcher, medicine man, enchanter.
    * * *
    1 bewitching, charming
    nombre masculino,nombre femenino
    1 (hombre) sorcerer, wizard; (mujer) sorceress, witch
    * * *
    hechicero, -a
    1. ADJ
    1) [rito, poder] magic, magical
    2) [labios, ojos] enchanting, bewitching
    2.
    SM / F (=brujo) sorcerer/sorceress, wizard/witch; [de tribu] witch doctor
    * * *
    I
    - ra adjetivo < persona> enchanting, captivating; <ojos/sonrisa> captivating
    II
    - ra masculino, femenino
    a) ( brujo) (m) sorcerer, wizard; (f) sorceress, witch
    b) ( de tribu) witch doctor
    * * *
    = medicine man, shaman, sorcerer, witch doctor.
    Ex. The medicine man establishes his suggestive charismatic authority by the performance of a conjuring trick that displays his magical powers.
    Ex. But only good teaching and careful questioning can help students become the village shaman rather than the village fool.
    Ex. In legend a potion is a concoction used to heal, bewitch or poison people, made by a magician, sorcerer or witch.
    Ex. The gray crowned crane is dwindling in number as witch doctors and poachers illegally take the birds for potions and pets.
    * * *
    I
    - ra adjetivo < persona> enchanting, captivating; <ojos/sonrisa> captivating
    II
    - ra masculino, femenino
    a) ( brujo) (m) sorcerer, wizard; (f) sorceress, witch
    b) ( de tribu) witch doctor
    * * *
    = medicine man, shaman, sorcerer, witch doctor.

    Ex: The medicine man establishes his suggestive charismatic authority by the performance of a conjuring trick that displays his magical powers.

    Ex: But only good teaching and careful questioning can help students become the village shaman rather than the village fool.
    Ex: In legend a potion is a concoction used to heal, bewitch or poison people, made by a magician, sorcerer or witch.
    Ex: The gray crowned crane is dwindling in number as witch doctors and poachers illegally take the birds for potions and pets.

    * * *
    hechicero1 -ra
    ‹persona› enchanting, beguiling ( liter), captivating; ‹ojos/sonrisa› bewitching, enchanting, captivating
    hechicero2 -ra
    masculine, feminine
    1 (brujo) ( masculine) sorcerer, wizard; ( feminine) sorceress, witch
    2 (de una tribu) witch doctor
    * * *

    hechicero
    ◊ -ra adjetivo ‹ persona enchanting, captivating;


    ojos/sonrisa captivating
    ■ sustantivo masculino, femenino
    a) ( brujo) (m) sorcerer, wizard;

    (f) sorceress, witch

    hechicero,-a
    I adjetivo bewitching, enchanting
    II m,f (hombre) wizard, sorcerer
    (mujer) witch, sorceress
    ' hechicero' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    hechicera
    - maga
    - mago
    - curandero
    English:
    enchanter
    - sorcerer
    - witchdoctor
    - witch
    * * *
    hechicero, -a
    adj
    [personalidad, ojos, sonrisa] enchanting, bewitching
    nm,f
    [hombre] wizard, sorcerer; [mujer] witch, sorceress
    * * *
    I adj bewitching, captivating
    II m
    1 ( mago) sorcerer
    2 de tribu witch-doctor
    * * *
    hechicero, -ra adj
    : bewitching, enchanting
    hechicero, -ra n
    : sorcerer, sorceress f
    * * *
    hechicero n wizard

    Spanish-English dictionary > hechicero

  • 4 mago

    m.
    1 magician, conjurer, wonder-worker, conjuror.
    2 wizard, imaginary character of a story, magus.
    3 wizard, crafty person, very ingenious person.
    4 sorcerer.
    5 magus.
    6 astrologer.
    * * *
    nombre masculino,nombre femenino
    1 (gen) magician, conjurer; (de los cuentos) wizard
    \
    los Reyes Magos the Magi, the Three Wise Men, the Three Kings
    * * *
    mago, -a
    SM / F
    1) (=prestidigitador) magician
    2) [en cuentos] magician, wizard/sorceress

    los Reyes Magos — the Three Wise Men, the Magi frm

    * * *
    - ga masculino, femenino
    a) ( prestidigitador) conjurer, magician
    b) ( en cuentos) wizard, magician
    c) ( persona habilidosa) wizard
    d) (Hist) ( sacerdote) magus
    * * *
    = wizard, magician, sorcerer, conjurer [conjuror], illusionist.
    Ex. I was in for yet another of those numerously produced fantasies in which a pubescent child gets involved with underworld beings that are substandard versions of Le Guin's 'The wizard of Earthsea' or peritonitic spinoffs from the detritus of ill-digested Tolkien.
    Ex. One teacher I knew used to poke his head round the door just at the end of the day and say something like, 'Tomorrow when we meet I am going to tell you about the evil magician,' and then he would disappear leaving us all agog.
    Ex. In legend a potion is a concoction used to heal, bewitch or poison people, made by a magician, sorcerer or witch.
    Ex. It is known that the word 'hocus pocus' appeared in the seventeenth century as a mock-Latin formula or incantation used by conjurers.
    Ex. Two Lithuanian illusionists have reportedly set three new world records for holding their breath underwater.
    ----
    * día de los Reyes Magos, el = Epiphany, the.
    * El Mago de Oz = The Wizard of Oz.
    * * *
    - ga masculino, femenino
    a) ( prestidigitador) conjurer, magician
    b) ( en cuentos) wizard, magician
    c) ( persona habilidosa) wizard
    d) (Hist) ( sacerdote) magus
    * * *
    = wizard, magician, sorcerer, conjurer [conjuror], illusionist.

    Ex: I was in for yet another of those numerously produced fantasies in which a pubescent child gets involved with underworld beings that are substandard versions of Le Guin's 'The wizard of Earthsea' or peritonitic spinoffs from the detritus of ill-digested Tolkien.

    Ex: One teacher I knew used to poke his head round the door just at the end of the day and say something like, 'Tomorrow when we meet I am going to tell you about the evil magician,' and then he would disappear leaving us all agog.
    Ex: In legend a potion is a concoction used to heal, bewitch or poison people, made by a magician, sorcerer or witch.
    Ex: It is known that the word 'hocus pocus' appeared in the seventeenth century as a mock-Latin formula or incantation used by conjurers.
    Ex: Two Lithuanian illusionists have reportedly set three new world records for holding their breath underwater.
    * día de los Reyes Magos, el = Epiphany, the.
    * El Mago de Oz = The Wizard of Oz.

    * * *
    mago -ga
    masculine, feminine
    1 (prestidigitador) conjurer, magician
    2 (en cuentos) wizard, magician
    4 ( Hist) (sacerdote) magus rey
    * * *

    mago
    ◊ -ga sustantivo masculino, femenino




    mago,-a m,f (hechicero) wizard, magician
    el mago de Oz, the Wizard of Oz
    los Reyes Magos, the Wise Men
    ' mago' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    maga
    - rey
    English:
    conjure
    - magician
    - wizard
    - conjurer
    * * *
    mago, -a nm,f
    1. [prestidigitador] magician
    2. [en cuentos, leyendas] wizard
    3. [persona habilidosa] wizard;
    un mago de las finanzas a financial wizard
    * * *
    I m magician; ( brujo) wizard; fig
    magician, wizard
    II adj
    :
    los Reyes Magos the Three Wise Men, the Three Kings
    * * *
    mago, -ga n
    1) : magician
    2) : wizard (in folk tales, etc.)
    3)
    los Reyes Magos : the Magi
    * * *
    mago n
    1. (ilusionista) magician
    2. (brujo) wizard

    Spanish-English dictionary > mago

  • 5 pitonisa

    f.
    1 fortune-teller.
    2 soothsayer, fortuneteller, fortune-teller, palmist.
    * * *
    1 fortune teller
    * * *
    SF (=adivinadora) fortune teller; (=hechicera) witch, sorceress
    * * *
    femenino fortune-teller
    * * *
    Ex. The technique of cold reading is used by fortune tellers, astrologers, & others who wish to convince their clients of their capabilities to divine true character = La técnica de la lectura en frío es usada por adivinos, astrólogos y otros que desean convencer a sus clientes de sus capacidades para adivinar su verdadero carácter.
    * * *
    femenino fortune-teller
    * * *

    Ex: The technique of cold reading is used by fortune tellers, astrologers, & others who wish to convince their clients of their capabilities to divine true character = La técnica de la lectura en frío es usada por adivinos, astrólogos y otros que desean convencer a sus clientes de sus capacidades para adivinar su verdadero carácter.

    * * *
    fortune-teller
    * * *

    pitonisa sustantivo femenino
    fortuneteller
    * * *
    fortune-teller
    * * *
    f fortune-teller

    Spanish-English dictionary > pitonisa

  • 6 saga

    f.
    saga.
    * * *
    1 saga
    * * *
    SF
    1) (Literat) saga
    2) (=clan) clan, dynasty
    * * *
    femenino (Lit) saga
    * * *
    = saga.
    Ex. The economically told chronicle of Slake's adventures is more than a survival saga.
    ----
    * Sagas Nórdicas, Las = Norse Sagas, The.
    * * *
    femenino (Lit) saga
    * * *
    = saga.

    Ex: The economically told chronicle of Slake's adventures is more than a survival saga.

    * Sagas Nórdicas, Las = Norse Sagas, The.

    * * *
    1 ( Lit) saga
    lo último en la saga de mi cuñado the latest in the saga of my brother-in-law
    2 (dinastía) family
    * * *

    saga sustantivo femenino
    1 (relato) saga
    2 (hechicera) sorceress
    ' saga' also found in these entries:
    English:
    never
    - saga
    * * *
    saga nf
    1. Lit saga
    2. [familia] dynasty
    * * *
    f saga
    * * *
    saga nf
    : saga

    Spanish-English dictionary > saga

  • 7 jorguín

    jorguín, -ina
    SM / F sorcerer/sorceress

    Spanish-English dictionary > jorguín

  • 8 encantadora

    f.
    1 sorceress, enchantress; charming, bewitching.
    2 enchantress.
    * * *
    f., (m. - encantador)
    * * *

    encantador,-ora
    I adjetivo charming, lovely
    II sustantivo masculino y femenino enchanter: el encantador de serpientes es un farsante, the snake charmer is a phony
    ' encantadora' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    amor
    - diferencia
    - monada
    - sol
    * * *
    I adj charming
    II m, encantadora f magician;

    Spanish-English dictionary > encantadora

  • 9 bruja

    • crone
    • haeteur
    • haggard
    • harquebus
    • harried
    • sorceress
    • vivisection
    • vixenish
    • witch

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > bruja

  • 10 hechicera

    • enchantress
    • haeteur
    • haggard
    • sorceress
    • witch

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > hechicera

См. также в других словарях:

  • Sorceress — Sor cer*ess, n. A female sorcerer. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • sorceress — late 14c., from Anglo Fr. sorceresse, from sorcer (see SORCERER (Cf. sorcerer)) …   Etymology dictionary

  • sorceress — [sôr′sər əs] n. a woman who practices sorcery; witch …   English World dictionary

  • Sorceress — A sorceress is a woman who practices sorcery, the female counterpart to a sorcerer. This word is a synonym for witch. There are several kinds: * A Venefica sorceress was a Roman woman who used drugs, potions, and poison * In fiction and myth, a… …   Wikipedia

  • sorceress — UK [ˈsɔː(r)səres] / US [ˈsɔrs(ə)rəs] noun [countable] Word forms sorceress : singular sorceress plural sorceresses a woman who uses evil spirits to do magic in stories …   English dictionary

  • sorceress —    A synonym of witch, used of one who is able to bewitch a man, or practise magic. The former use occurs in Jane Eyre, by Charlotte Brontë, where Mr Rochester says to Jane: ‘What have you done with me, witch, sorceress?’ The latter meaning is in …   A dictionary of epithets and terms of address

  • sorceress — [[t]sɔ͟ː(r)sərɪs[/t]] sorceresses N COUNT In fairy stories, a sorceress is a woman who performs magic by using the power of evil spirits. Syn: witch …   English dictionary

  • sorceress — noun Date: 14th century a woman who is a sorcerer …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • sorceress — /sawr seuhr is/, n. a woman who practices sorcery; witch. [1350 1400; ME < AF sorceresse, equiv. to sorcer (see SORCERER) + esse ESS] Usage. See ess. * * * …   Universalium

  • sorceress — noun A witch; a female sorcerer …   Wiktionary

  • sorceress — (Roget s Thesaurus II) noun A woman who practices magic: enchantress, hag, lamia, witch. See SUPERNATURAL …   English dictionary for students

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