English version

black magic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Magic
black magicˌblack ˈmagic noun [uncountable] πŸ”Š πŸ”Š ROMmagic that is believed to use the power of the Devil for evil purposes β†’ white magic
Examples from the Corpus
black magicβ€’ Mystery, danger, and black magic combine in this gothic tale set in the early nineteenth century.β€’ During this bleak phase of its history the cat became firmly linked in the popular mind with witches and black magic.β€’ Now all they have to worry about is hexes, black magic, devil worship, voodoo curses and the occult.β€’ They were odd, these charts, and more like black magic than business.β€’ Plus, that old black magic.β€’ The poly now teaches black magic?β€’ So he put the black magic in a can - and Guinness recently sold its 100 millionth tin.
Black MagicBlack Magic trademark πŸ”Š πŸ”Š a popular type of chocolates sold in the UK in a black box πŸ”Š He gave me a box of Black Magic.
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