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Translation of "magnet" - English-Spanish dictionary

magnet

noun /ˈmӕɡnit/
a piece of iron, or of certain other materials, that attracts or repels other pieces of iron etc imán A compass uses a magnet to show which way is north. magnetic /-ˈne-/ adjective of, or having the powers of, or operating by means of, a magnet or magnetism magnético magnetic force. strongly attractive magnético a magnetic personality. magnetically adverb magnéticamente The roller in a laser printer is magnetically-charged. magnetism noun power of attraction magnetismo his personal magnetism. (the science of) magnets and their power of attraction magnetismo the magnetism of the Earth. magnetize verb ( (also magnetiseBritish)) to make magnetic magnetizar You can magnetize a piece of iron. to attract or influence strongly encantar, hechizar She’s the kind of person who can magnetize others. magnetic attraction noun (physics) attraction for iron atracción magnética the forces of magnetic attraction and repulsion. magnetic compass noun a compass with a magnetized needle that indicates the direction of magnetic north brújula magnética Columbus used a magnetic compass on his first trans-Atlantic trip. magnetic field noun (physics) the area in which the pull of a magnet, or thing acting like a magnet, is felt campo magnético the Earth’s magnetic field. magnetic north noun (physics) the direction, either east or west of the true north, in which a magnetized needle points. norte magnético
Translations of “magnet”
in Arabic مِغناطيس…
in Korean 자석…
in Malaysian magnet…
in French aimant…
in Turkish mıknatıs…
in Italian calamita…
in Chinese (Traditional) 物體, 磁體, 磁鐵,磁石…
in Russian магнит…
in Polish magnes…
in Vietnamese nam châm…
in Portuguese ímã…
in Thai แม่เหล็ก…
in German der Magnet…
in Catalan imant…
in Japanese 磁石…
in Indonesian magnet…
in Chinese (Simplified) 物体, 磁体, 磁铁,磁石…
(Definition of magnet from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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