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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.
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 vivid mental pictures of Mongol encampments on the steppes and the shamans weaving their magic
add to the atmosphere and Katherine Roberts' writing style keeps the reader enthralled from beginning to end.
TALKING animals, winged fairies and mischievous imps will be weaving their magic
in Warwickshire next week.
Spellbinding episodes of the exciting new Sabrina: The Animated Series will also be weaving their magic
, and B*witched and 5ive will be giving exclusive interviews and revealing the secrets behind their magical success.