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electromagneticadjective

uk   /iˌlek.trəʊ.mæɡˈnet.ɪk/  us   /iˌlek.troʊ.mæɡˈnet̬.ɪk/
having magnetic and ​electricalparts: an electromagnetic ​wave
(Definition of electromagnetic from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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electromagneticadjective [not gradable]

 /ɪˌlek·troʊ·mæɡˈnet̬·ɪk/
physics relating to or caused by ​magnetism (= the ​power of an ​object to ​attract other ​objects to it) that is ​produced by ​electricity
physics Electromagnetic also ​meansrelating to the ​science that ​deals with the ​relationship between ​electricity and ​magnetism.
electromagnetic force physics, chemistry
Electromagnetic ​force is the ​form of ​energy that ​causes all ​reactions between ​particles (= ​extremelysmallpieces) of ​matter, which have either ​positive or ​negativeelectrical characteristics.
(Definition of electromagnetic from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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