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tr.v. mag·net·ized, mag·net·iz·ing, mag·net·iz·es
1. To make magnetic.
2. To attract, charm, or influence: a campaign speech that magnetized the crowd.

mag′net·iz′a·ble adj.
mag′net·iz′er n.


[ˌmægnɪˈtaɪzəbl] ADJmagnetizable
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Validation of High Gradient Magnetic Field Based Drug Delivery to Magnetizable Implants Under Flow.
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