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English definition of “magnet”
/ˈmæg·nət/ n [C] physics
› an object, esp. a piece of iron, that is able to attract iron and steel objects toward itself: Magnets are used to attach the toy train’s cars to the engine. We use a refrigerator magnet (= small decorative magnet that will stick to a steel door) to hang our kids’ latest drawings. fig. New York City remains a magnet for tourists (= it attracts them).