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.
See also: magic, weave

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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HARRY Potter has been weaving his magic at Eagles Meadow shopping centre, sending numbers soaring.
Instead of weaving his magic under the covers like he does on the rugby pitch, BOD has been devoting his attention to a different kind of thriller - a gruesome book about Irish murders.
In reply, the visitors were back in the pavilion for only 93, left-arm spinner Gareth Jenkins weaving his magic with 5-29.
Tim (pictured) an internationally acclaimed storyteller, will be weaving his magic at Marsden Library on Wednesday December 3.
Don't be surprised to still see him weaving his magic on the pitch.
With David Silva's calibre I can understand the logic behind asking someone young and athletic like Jack Rodwell to stick to him, and stop him from weaving his magic, but while Liverpool have a whole host of very talented attacking players I don't think the same demand will be there to just neutralise one of them.
But with Cesc Fabregas (left) returning from injury, Nicklas Bendtner looking like a Premier League striker at last and Andrey Arshavin weaving his magic, they have a real chance of finishing top.
ALADDIN will be weaving his magic in Slaithwaite this week.
RUUD van Nistelrooy says Manchester United new boy Cristiano Ronaldo will set the Premiership alight by weaving his magic on the wing.