English version

magic carpet

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Folklore
magic carpetˌmagic ˈcarpet noun [countable]  RFin stories, a carpet that can fly through the air and carry people from one place to another
Examples from the Corpus
magic carpetA magic carpet of a book.It dates to about 1780 and looks as if it has landed by magic carpet.Those men, including himself, had today's magic carpet, the Press Card.The focus of the drama shifts to discovering the dangers, and weighing up pros and cons of using the magic carpet.Fashanu has been a 20-goal-a-season man ever since Wimbledon rode their magic carpet into the top flight.
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