Translation of illusionist in Spanish:

illusionist

ilusionista, n.

Pronunciation /ɪˈluʒənəst//ɪˈluːʒ(ə)nɪst/

noun

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    ilusionista feminine
    prestidigitador masculine
    prestidigitadora feminine
    • One is left doubting where the artist's loyalty lies, suspecting that this is the work of an illusionist rather than a true magician.
    • The magician, illusionist and singer kept the name and is now the only curator who celebrates the star signs as they happen throughout the year.
    • There were fine nuggets of legerdemain, courtesy of the illusionist Paul Kieve.
    • The series is based on the pride of white lions that perform in the famous Las Vegas act of illusionists Siegfried & Roy.
    • A free festival circus will be in the park where acrobats, clowns, fire eaters, illusionists, jugglers and stilt walkers will entertain the crowds.
    • The glammiest illusionists, Siegfried and Roy, have played one Vegas room or another since 1967.
    • He becomes less a magician and more and more not only an illusionist of increasing power, but one bent on tormenting his audience rather than entertaining them.
    • The talented threesome are acrobats, jugglers, clowns and illusionists, all rolled into one.
    • Reality is a fabrication, as the illusionist and con artist can justify.
    • Headed up by choreographer Moses Pendleton, this troupe of dancing illusionists and contortionists have been known to mesmerize.
    • Aurélia Thierée has performed as an actress and illusionist since she was very young.
    • Stage magicians and conjurers are of course illusionists, not magicians in the historical context of the word.
    • Houdini was a publicity-wise escapologist and illusionist who made his name and a good deal of money in America.
    • Magic Circle member John Field will demonstrate some of Houdini's magic tricks and talk about the greatest illusionist of his time.
    • Yes, the communists are presented as magicians and illusionists, but they are also ‘people whose hold on reality was absolute’.
    • After charming his way through the Hollywood social scene, Keith Barry is poised to become one of the select magicians and illusionists to enjoy mainstream stardom in the USA.
    • Isn't there a difference between a magician and an illusionist?
    • The fun starts at the Rio hotel-casino with a show by a gifted illusionist and a classical pianist, called Jarrett & Raja.
    • Between stretching, thrusting and air-walking up high, she frequently breaks expectation like an expert illusionist.
    • An illusionist has had to abandon plans to climax his UK tour at Epsom Playhouse because staff are apparently fed up with the repeated failure of magic acts.