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Meaning of “magnetic” - Learner’s Dictionary

magnetic

adjective     /mæɡˈnetɪk/
METAL
with the power of a magnet: a magnetic field Metals and metalworkingChemical elementsParticular theories and concepts in physics
magnetic tape/disk/storage, etc
equipment used in the past for storing information from a computerComputer programming and software
PERSONALITY
having a character that attracts people to youAttracting and temptingAttractiveSexual attractionAttractiveSexual attractionSmart and elegantFriendly
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