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magnetic pole

noun [C] uk   us  
a point on the Earth near the North pole or the South pole that a compass shows as north or south. These points are not directly opposite each other.
Translations of “magnetic pole”
in Chinese (Traditional) 磁極…
in Chinese (Simplified) 磁极…
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