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mag·net·ic

 (măg-nĕt′ĭk)
adj.
1.
a. Of or relating to magnetism or magnets.
b. Having the properties of a magnet.
c. Capable of being magnetized or attracted by a magnet.
d. Operating by means of magnetism: a magnetic recorder.
2. Relating to the magnetic poles of the earth: a magnetic compass bearing.
3. Having an unusual power or ability to attract: a magnetic personality.

mag·net′i·cal·ly adv.

magnetic

(mæɡˈnɛtɪk)
adj
1. (General Physics) of, producing, or operated by means of magnetism
2. (General Physics) of or concerned with a magnet
3. (General Physics) of or concerned with the magnetism of the earth: the magnetic equator.
4. (General Physics) capable of being magnetized
5. exerting a powerful attraction: a magnetic personality.
magˈnetically adv

mag•net•ic

(mægˈnɛt ɪk)

adj.
1. of or pertaining to a magnet or magnetism.
2. having the properties of a magnet.
3. capable of being magnetized or attracted by a magnet.
4. of, pertaining to, or being a medium created with magnetically sensitive material for storing electronic data, as a magnetic card or disk.
5. pertaining to the magnetic field of the earth: the magnetic equator.
6. exerting a strong attractive power or charm: a magnetic personality.
7. pertaining to various bearings and measurements as indicated by a magnetic compass.
[1625–35; < Late Latin]
mag•net′i•cal•ly, adv.

mag·net·ic

(măg-nĕt′ĭk)
Having the properties of a magnet; showing magnetism.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.magnetic - of or relating to or caused by magnetismmagnetic - of or relating to or caused by magnetism; "magnetic forces"
2.magnetic - having the properties of a magnetmagnetic - having the properties of a magnet; i.e. of attracting iron or steel; "the hard disk is covered with a thin coat of magnetic material"
antimagnetic - impervious to the effects of a magnetic field; resistant to magnetization; "an antimagnetic watch"
3.magnetic - capable of being magnetized
nonmagnetic - not capable of being magnetized
4.magnetic - determined by earth's magnetic fieldsmagnetic - determined by earth's magnetic fields; "magnetic north"; "the needle of a magnetic compass points to the magnetic north pole"
geographic, geographical - determined by geography; "the north and south geographic poles"
5.magnetic - possessing an extraordinary ability to attractmagnetic - possessing an extraordinary ability to attract; "a charismatic leader"; "a magnetic personality"
attractive - pleasing to the eye or mind especially through beauty or charm; "a remarkably attractive young man"; "an attractive personality"; "attractive clothes"; "a book with attractive illustrations"

magnetic

Translations
جَذّاب جِدامِغناطيسيمَغْنَطِيسِيّ
magnetickýpřitažlivý
magnetisk
magneettinenpuoleensavetävä
magnetski
mágneses
heillandisegulmagnaîur
磁石の
자석의
magnetický
magneten
magnetisk
ซึ่งมีคุณสมบัติเป็นแม่เหล็ก
có từ tính

magnetic

[mægˈnetɪk]
A. ADJmagnético (fig) → carismático
B. CPD magnetic card reader Nlector m de tarjeta magnética
magnetic disk Ndisco m magnético
magnetic field Ncampo m magnético
magnetic mine Nmina f magnética
magnetic needle Naguja f magnética
magnetic north Nnorte m magnético
magnetic pole Npolo m magnético
magnetic stripe Nbanda f magnética
magnetic tape Ncinta f magnética

magnetic

[mægˈnɛtɪk] adj
[particle, force, attraction] → magnétique magnetic North Pole
[personality] → qui a du magnétismemagnetic disk n (COMPUTING)disque m magnétiquemagnetic field nchamp m magnétiquemagnetic North Pole n
the magnetic North Pole → le pôle Nord magnétiquemagnetic resonance imaging
modif [scan, system, technology, equipment] → d'imagerie f par résonance magnétiquemagnetic storm norage m magnétiquemagnetic strip magnetic stripe npiste f magnétiquemagnetic tape nbande f magnétique

magnetic

adj (lit)magnetisch; (fig) charmsunwiderstehlich; he has a magnetic personalityer hat eine große Ausstrahlung or ein sehr anziehendes Wesen; this perfume has a magnetic effect on mendieses Parfüm übt eine magnetische Wirkung auf Männer aus; magnetic attractionmagnetische Anziehungskraft

magnetic

:
magnetic card
nMagnetkarte f
magnetic card reader
nMagnetkartenleser m
magnetic compass
nMagnetkompass m
magnetic disk
n (Comput) → Magnetplatte f
magnetic field
nMagnetfeld nt
magnetic mine
nMagnetmine f
magnetic needle
nMagnetnadel f
magnetic north
nnördlicher Magnetpol
magnetic pole
nMagnetpol m
magnetic resonance
n (Med) → Magnetresonanz f, → Kernspinresonanz f; magnetic imagerKernspintomograf m
magnetic resonance imaging
n (Med) → Kernspintomografie f
magnetic storm
n(erd)magnetischer Sturm
magnetic strip, magnetic stripe
magnetic tape
nMagnetband nt

magnetic

[mægˈnɛtɪk] adjmagnetico/a

magnet

(ˈmӕgnit) noun
a piece of iron, or of certain other materials, that attracts or repels other pieces of iron etc.
magˈnetic (-ˈne-) adjective
1. of, or having the powers of, or operating by means of, a magnet or magnetism. magnetic force.
2. strongly attractive. a magnetic personality.
magˈnetically adverb
ˈmagnetism noun
1. power of attraction. his personal magnetism.
2. (the science of) magnets and their power of attraction. the magnetism of the earth.
ˈmagnetize, ˈmagnetise verb
1. to make magnetic. You can magnetize a piece of iron.
2. to attract or influence strongly. She's the kind of person who can magnetize others.
magnetic field
the area in which the pull of a magnet, or thing acting like a magnet, is felt. the earth's magnetic field.
magnetic north
the direction, either east or west of the true north, in which a magnetized needle points.

magnetic

مَغْنَطِيسِيّ magnetický magnetisk magnetisch μαγνητικός magnético magneettinen aimanté magnetski magnetico 磁石の 자석의 magnetisch magnetisk magnetyczny magnético магнитный magnetisk ซึ่งมีคุณสมบัติเป็นแม่เหล็ก mıknatıslı có từ tính 有磁性的

mag·net·ic

a. magnético-a;
___ fieldcampo ___.
References in classic literature ?
The magnetic energy, as developed in the mariner's needle, is, as all know, essentially one with the electricity beheld in heaven; hence it is not to be much marvelled at, that such things should be.
If they continued to sing like their great predecessor of romantic themes, they were drawn as by a kind of magnetic attraction into the Homeric style and manner of treatment, and became mere echoes of the Homeric voice: in a word, Homer had so completely exhausted the epic genre, that after him further efforts were doomed to be merely conventional.
Those sentiments have induced me to offer to the unimpressionable doctor who attends on her my vast knowledge of chemistry, and my luminous experience of the more subtle resources which medical and magnetic science have placed at the disposal of mankind.
He stood up beside her and smoothed her hair with his soft, magnetic hand.
Low-flying planes often "glue up" when near the Magnetic Pole, and there is no reason in science why the same disability should not be experienced at higher levels when the Auroras are "delivering" strongly.
The very contiguity of his enemy, beneath whatever mask the latter might conceal himself, was enough to disturb the magnetic sphere of a being so sensitive as Arthur Dimmesdale.
Indeed, at the distance they were from the earth, the magnetic pole could have no perceptible action upon the apparatus; but the box placed on the lunar disc might perhaps exhibit some strange phenomena.
For which the astronomers (who have written large systems concerning the stone) assign the following reason: that the magnetic virtue does not extend beyond the distance of four miles, and that the mineral, which acts upon the stone in the bowels of the earth, and in the sea about six leagues distant from the shore, is not diffused through the whole globe, but terminated with the limits of the king's dominions; and it was easy, from the great advantage of such a superior situation, for a prince to bring under his obedience whatever country lay within the attraction of that magnet.
The magnetic needle in the binnacle was the point on which the Mary Turner ever pivoted.
Tell me, does the magnetic virtue of the needles of the compasses of all those ships attract them thither?
He, however, darted not the less quickly toward Milady, yielding to that magnetic attraction which the loadstone exercises over iron.
My hand moves because certain forces--electric, magnetic, or whatever 'nerve-force' may prove to be--are impressed on it by my brain.