Using one's attraction to persuade someone into doing something (verb).
Michelle charmed the policeman into letting her go without getting a speeding ticket.
because you’re pleasing them, even if they don't like you,
business is business, never mix business with pleasure.....
I, silent ruse, charmed the 11th and the 13th floor.... :)
The 11th floor have trashy little trampy earth minds...
A trinket to be worn on a bracelet, necklace, etc. Usually these charms symbolise different memories. Charm or bead bracelets and necklaces have come in and out of fashion for many decades and are once again very much in fashion. Usually charms are made from gold or silver.
A beautiful selection of charms is available at www.charms.uk.com
Something worn or carried on one's person for its supposed magical effect; amulet.
In physics a charms is a quantum number assigned the value +1 for one kind of quark, −1 for its antiquark, and 0 for all other quarks.