spell en Inglés
v. write or say the letters of a word in their proper order; form a word (of letters); result in, end up as
“But can you not give little Gerda a drink to give her the magic power to break the spell?”
“I must have made a lot of spelling mistakes,” he said, “and if you could correct them for me, I will then redo the letter.”
“Here,” he said, “I am Pere Canet. It was the only way of spelling my name on the register. But in Italy I am Marco Facino Cane, Prince of Varese.”
The spell book has just informed me that little Kay is indeed with the Snow Queen.
However, events surprised him when he was still under the spell of that springtime hallucination, as naive as it was voluptuous.
A slight indisposition, a dizzy spell, has prevented me from getting up.
He began again, and played so beautifully and delightfully that the poor man stood there as if under a spell, and his heart leapt with joy.
Hughes. I will spell it: H-U-G-H-E-S.
However, no sooner had she touched the spindle when the spell’s decree was fulfilled: she pricked a finger with it.
Please spell your name.
1. shift: time, stint, bout, hitch, tour, turn, trick
2. charm: incantation, hex, conjuration, amulet, talisman
3. period: term, interval, interlude
4. indicate: connote, signify