weave (one's) magic

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weave (one's) magic

To use one's unique talents or charm to obtain a desired thing or outcome. I never thought the boss would approve our business trip, but Sam wove her magic, and now, we're off to Denver! Whenever I can't get my car running, I have my dad come over and weave his magic on the engine.
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weave your ˈmagic


weave a ˈspell (over somebody)

(especially British English) perform or behave in a way that attracts and interests somebody very much or makes them react in a particular way: Will Owen be able to weave his magic against Spain on Wednesday?
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The artful educator paints the air with ideas and weaves magic with words.
Perfume: With its crystal luminaries and metallic accents, Perfume weaves magic in light by transforming the character of the space.
Compatible to work with all types of inks like reactive acid disperse and pigment, this printer weaves magic on a variety of fabrics.
STRIKING Wayne Rooney weaves magic with his hair, and inset, how it was before
Dare to walk through the interactive Black Forest Haunt, then be enthralled by the mythical Fiery Faun who weaves magic and performs fire tricks to tell you enchanting stories of his homeland.
Every time he sits at the piano he weaves magic - whether it be on headliners like Mandy and I Write The Songs, or lesser-known fare.
When a trumpet-playing Jewish "dwarf" moves in upstairs and serenades the neighborhood from the rooftop, his appearance sparks derision but his music weaves magic around Huda's latenight jelly sandwich snacking.
Master storyteller Brian Friel, the writer of Dancing At Lughnasa and Faith Healer, weaves magic with his words as he looks at how old-style Irish teacher Hugh and his pupils cope with the changes.
But the FA Cup weaves magic wherever it goes and the village has been smitten on countless occasions.