magnet attracts


magnet attracts
магнит притягивает

English-Russian dictionary of telecommunications. 2015.

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  • magnet school — magnet .school n AmE a school that has more classes in a particular subject than usual, and so attracts students from a wide area …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • magnet — [mag′nit] n. [ME magnete < OFr < L magnes (gen. magnetis) < Gr Magnētis (lithos), (stone) of MAGNESIA] 1. any piece of certain kinds of material, as iron, that has the property of attracting like material: this property may be permanent… …   English World dictionary

  • Magnet — This article is about objects and devices that produce magnetic fields. For a description of magnetic materials, see magnetism. For other uses, see Magnet (disambiguation) …   Wikipedia

  • magnet — /mag nit/, n. 1. a body, as a piece of iron or steel, that possesses the property of attracting certain substances, as iron. 2. a lodestone. 3. a thing or person that attracts: The park was a magnet for pickpockets and muggers. [1400 50; late ME… …   Universalium

  • magnet — [[t]mæ̱gnɪt[/t]] magnets 1) N COUNT: usu a N in sing, oft N for n If you say that something is a magnet or is like a magnet, you mean that people are very attracted by it and want to go to it or look at it. Prospect Park, with its vast lake, is a …   English dictionary

  • magnet — UK [ˈmæɡnɪt] / US [ˈmæɡnət] noun [countable] Word forms magnet : singular magnet plural magnets 1) physics a piece of metal that can make iron or steel objects come to it so that they seem to stick to it 2) someone or something that attracts and… …   English dictionary

  • magnet — noun a) A piece of material that attracts some metals by magnetism. He always had a girl on his arm hes a bit of a babe magnet. b) A person or thing that attracts what is denoted by the preceding noun. ...I wanted to show Nick the largest of the… …   Wiktionary

  • magnet — mag|net [ˈmægnıt] n [Date: 1400 1500; : Old French; Origin: magnete, from Latin magnes, from Greek magnes (lithos) (stone) of Magnesia , ancient city in Turkey] 1.) a piece of iron or steel that can stick to metal or make other metal objects move …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • magnet — mag|net [ mægnət ] noun count 1. ) a piece of iron that can make other iron objects come to it and stick to it 2. ) someone or something that attracts many people: The town has now become a real tourist magnet. magnet for: The mountains remain a… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • magnet — /ˈmægnət / (say magnuht) noun 1. a body, usually metallic, which possesses the property of attracting similar substances with a force that is neither electric or gravitational. 2. → lodestone. 3. a thing or person that attracts, as by some… …   Australian English dictionary

  • magnet — noun Etymology: Middle English magnete, from Anglo French, from Latin magnet , magnes, from Greek magnēs (lithos), literally, stone of Magnesia, ancient city in Asia Minor Date: 15th century 1. a. lodestone b. a body having the property of… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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