Translation of wand in Spanish:


varita mágica, n.

Pronunciation /wɒnd//wɑnd/


  • 1

    (of sorcerer, conjuror)
    varita mágica feminine
    • For example, in ritual, swords or knives or wands or candles are often symbolically plunged into chalices.
    • To see Sam now compared to how he was last week is amazing, It's as if someone has waved a magic wand to help him get better.
    • Instead, it is told how Branchus cured plague once by a sprinkling of water from his wand and with two lines of strange words, each line consisting of arrangements of the 24 letters of the alphabet.
    • Just then, the fairy godmother appeared, waved her magic wand, and turned the blades of grass into stems and leaves to hide the cups from the angry queen.
    • Harry handed him his wand back, only lingering a little as the buzz passed through them.
    • Charity muttered something, raised her wand, and send electrical blue sparks towards the dragon.
    • Like a magician waving his magic wand, McGrath took on the guise of Merlin as he wove his magic, enrapturing his team-mates, opponents and adoring masses.
    • Sure, the wand, chalice, dagger, and pentacle are fairly impressive allegorical objects, but frankly, they're quite outdated.
    • Hats, bats and wands were created in the art department, while ghoulish recipes were cooked up in the kitchen.
    • Gone are the wide-eyed kids performing unlikely miracles; enter the spiteful pre-teens who are more than eager to cross swords, and wands, with older muggles and magicians alike.
    • A blaze at a Bradford bookstore almost left Harry Potter fans snapping their wands in frustration.
    • Yes, she has a black cat, a wand, a sword, altars with candies, and statues of gods, goddesses, and saints.
    • It is like a magic trick, those wands which turn into bouquets.
    • To couch it in Wilson's terms, the skills you need are vaguely analogous to the qualities represented by the cup, the wand, the sword and the pentacle.
    • An all-new spell-casting system allows players to really feel the magic for the first time as the controller shakes and reacts with every flick of the wand.
    • My neighbor tells me it's the magic of the wand combined with my psychic aura.
    • I wanted my Harry Potter supply box that came with four pencils and eight crayons and a ruler and a glue stick that all looked like wands.
    • In these exciting postmodern times, the old school elemental weapons of wand, pentacle, sword and cup are just no longer relevant to our 21st century lives.
    • I began by celebrating my first Full Moon, in August of 2002, by creating my first wand and formal altar before ritual.
    • I can't wave a magic wand and suddenly make things right.
  • 2

    (of office)
    bastón de mando masculine
    • Wizards are always sticking their wands into any sort of magical affair.
  • 3

    (electronic device)
    lector óptico de mano masculine
    • He swipes a bar-code wand across the waybill, a document that shows the contents and destination of the shipment.
    • The person behind the counter, when I was buying the socks, tried to read the barcode with the ‘wand’, and when it couldn't read it, she hit the wand on the counter.