Knack (noun)

  1. A clever trick or device for doing or achieving something, especially something unusual or not easily accomplished.
  2. An innate or acquired skill or ability to do something well.

Origin:

Middle english knak, from middle dutch knak, knakke, of imitative origin.

Examples:

  1. He had a knack for fixing things, and could always make the broken toy work again.
  2. She had a knack for remembering names and faces, which made her a great hostess.
  3. The magician had a knack for making the audience believe in his illusions.
  4. The chef had a knack for creating delicious dishes with simple ingredients.
  5. He had a knack for making people feel comfortable and at ease.
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