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wiz·ard

 (wĭz′ərd)
n.
1. One who practices magic; a sorcerer or magician.
2. A skilled or clever person: a wizard at math.
3. Archaic A sage.
adj.
1. Chiefly British Slang Excellent.
2. Archaic Of or relating to wizards or wizardry.

[Middle English wisard : wise, wise; see wise1 + -ard, pejorative suff.; see -ard.]
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wizard

(ˈwɪzəd)
n
1. (Alternative Belief Systems) a male witch or a man who practises or professes to practise magic or sorcery
2. a person who is outstandingly clever in some specified field; expert
3. obsolete a wise man
4. (Computer Science) computing a computer program that guides a user through a complex task
adj
5. informal chiefly Brit superb; outstanding
6. (Alternative Belief Systems) of or relating to a wizard or wizardry
[C15: variant of wissard, from wise1 + -ard]
ˈwizardly adj
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wiz•ard

(ˈwɪz ərd)

n.
1. a person who practices magic; magician or sorcerer.
2. a person of amazing skill or accomplishment: a wizard at chemistry.
adj.
3. of or pertaining to a wizard or wizardry; magic; enchanted.
4. Brit. Slang. superb.
[1400–50; late Middle English wisard]
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wizard

A man who practices magic.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.wizard - someone who is dazzlingly skilled in any fieldwizard - someone who is dazzlingly skilled in any field
expert - a person with special knowledge or ability who performs skillfully
track star - a star runner
2.wizard - one who practices magic or sorcerywizard - one who practices magic or sorcery  
enchanter - a sorcerer or magician
exorciser, exorcist - someone who practices exorcism
magus - a magician or sorcerer of ancient times
occultist - a believer in occultism; someone versed in the occult arts
sorceress - a woman sorcerer
witch doctor - someone who is believed to heal through magical powers
Adj.1.wizard - possessing or using or characteristic of or appropriate to supernatural powerswizard - possessing or using or characteristic of or appropriate to supernatural powers; "charming incantations"; "magic signs that protect against adverse influence"; "a magical spell"; "'tis now the very witching time of night"- Shakespeare; "wizard wands"; "wizardly powers"
supernatural - not existing in nature or subject to explanation according to natural laws; not physical or material; "supernatural forces and occurrences and beings"
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wizard

noun
1. magician, witch, shaman, sorcerer, occultist, magus, conjuror, warlock, mage (archaic), enchanter, necromancer, thaumaturge (rare) Merlin, the legendary wizard who worked magic for King Arthur
2. genius, star, expert, master, ace (informal), guru, buff (informal), adept, whizz (informal), prodigy, maestro, virtuoso, boffin (Brit. informal), hotshot (informal), rocket scientist (informal, chiefly U.S.), wiz (informal), whizz kid (informal), wonk (informal), maven (U.S.), fundi (S. African) a mathematical wizard at Harvard University
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wizard

noun
A person with a high degree of knowledge or skill in a particular field:
Informal: whiz.
Slang: crackerjack.
Chiefly British: dab.
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Translations
towenaar
ساحِر
čaroděj
troldmand
võlur
galdra-/töframaîurgaldrakarlgaldramaður
magusveneficus
burvis
čarovnik
čarobnicačarobnjakvolšebnicavolšebnikволшебник

wizard

[ˈwɪzəd]
A. N
1. (= sorcerer) → mago m, brujo m, hechicero m
2. (= genius) → genio mf, as m
he's a financial wizardes un genio de las finanzas
he's a wizard at chesses un genio jugando al ajedrez
B. ADJ (esp Brit) (o.f.) → estupendo, maravilloso
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wizard

[ˈwɪzərd] n
(= sorcerer) → magicien m
(= ace) → magicien m
a financial wizard → un magicien de la finance
to be a wizard with sth → être un magicien de qch
to be a wizard at sth → être un magicien de qch
He's a wizard at mending things → C'est un magicien de la réparation.
(COMPUTING) (= software) → assistant m d'installation
Collins English/French Electronic Resource. © HarperCollins Publishers 2005

wizard

n
Zauberer m, → Hexenmeister m
(inf)Genie nt, → Leuchte f (inf); a financial wizardein Finanzgenie nt; a wizard with the ballein Zauberer mam or mit dem Ball; a wizard at computingein Computergenie nt (inf)
(Comput) → Assistent m
adj (dated Brit inf) → famos, prima (inf)
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wizard

[ˈwɪzəd] nmago, stregone m (fig) → mago
he's a financial wizard → è un mago della finanza
he's a wizard at maths → è un genio matematico
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995

wizard

(ˈwizəd) noun
a man who is said to have magic powers. a fairy-story about a wizard.
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