Middle English (also in the sense 'oblige by oath'): from Old French conjurer 'to plot or exorcize', from Latin conjurare 'band together by an oath, conspire' (in medieval Latin 'invoke'), from con- 'together' + jurare 'swear'
变魔术般地创造出 If you conjure something out of nothing, you make it appear as if by magic.
【语法信息】：V n from/out of n
【语法信息】：V P n (not pron)
【语法信息】：Also V n P
Thirteen years ago she found herself having to conjure a career from thin air...
They managed to conjure a victory.
Conjure up means the same as conjure .conjure up 同 conjure
Every day a different chef will be conjuring up delicious dishes in the restaurant...
He conjured up a smile and reached out to squeeze her hand.
重要人物(或组织)的名字;有影响力的名字 If you say that the name of a particular person or organization is a name to conjure with, you mean that that person or organization is very important and influential in the field you are discussing.
By 1920, Fox and Universal were already names to conjure with.