|Origin:||conjurer, from Latin, from com- ( COM-) + jurare 'to swear'|
1 [intransitive and transitive]APROM
to perform clever tricks in which you seem to make things appear, disappear, or change by magic:
The magician conjured a rabbit out of his hat.
to make something appear or happen in a way which is not expected:
He has conjured victories from worse situations than this.
the name of a very important person
conjure something ↔ upphrasal verb
to bring a thought, picture, idea, or memory to someone's mind
conjure up images/pictures/thoughts etc (of something)
Dieting always seems to conjure up images of endless salads.
to make something appear when it is not expected, as if by magic:
Somehow we have to conjure up another $10,000.
to make the soul of a dead person appear by saying special magic words