Translation of Genie in Spanish:

Genie

Genie, n.

noun

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    Television Cinema
    Genie feminine
    • They recognized that getting the nuclear genie back in the bottle was nigh impossible.
    • All manner of unsavoury genies have been released from bottles in which they slumbered quite safely; they are not easily returned.
    • If you had your choice, if you could pull a genie out of a bottle and the genie could grant you three wishes, what would your three wishes be?
    • It was true that a person chosen to receive the help of a genie got three wishes.
    • Contrary to what you might think, genies have quite a bit of control over what wishes get granted.
    • Can she melt her tyrant husband's cold heart with her tales of treasures, monsters, genies, magic and romance and create a true story of her own?
    • The genie is out of the bottle and now we must learn to live with it.
    • The breathtaking effects - genies in bottles, magic carpets - are by the stage illusionist responsible for the famous scene in the musical The Witches Of Eastwick.
    • Images of genies and bottles, clocks turned back, trains leaving stations, and the like tend to pepper our discourse and justify our passivity in the face of a historical force majeure.
    • Let's get a genie and wish that we could be young again and all of those things could be true.
    • His second wish was to have piles of gold, and the genie granted it.
    • His friend summoned the genie, and made a wish that all of the forty thieves would be sent to a land far away.
    • Proper genies only grant wishes when they want to.
    • Supernatural creatures such as angels, genies, ghosts, and spirits, are believed to exist.
    • With the genie out of the bottle, it was only a matter of time before something more horrid would emerge.
    • Once again, we see that you cannot put the genie back in the bottle once it is out.
    • Be careful what you unleash: some genies can never be put back in their bottles.
    • She didn't care if he was a genie that could make her dearest wishes come true.
    • He spies a bottle that looks like it could hold a genie, so he rubs it.
    • He wanted me to help him summon the genie for whatever evil plot he had planned.

Translation of genie in Spanish:

genie

genio, n.

Pronunciation: /ˈdʒiːni//ˈdʒini/

noun

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    genio masculine
    the genie of the lamp el genio de la lámpara