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Noun
/ˈmagnət/,
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magnets, plural;
  1. A piece of iron (or an ore, alloy, or other material) that has its component atoms so ordered that the material exhibits properties of magnetism, such as attracting other iron-containing objects or aligning itself in an external magnetic field

  2. A person or thing that has a powerful attraction
    • - the beautiful stretch of white sand is a magnet for sun worshipers

  1. (physics) a device that attracts iron and produces a magnetic field
  2. attraction: a characteristic that provides pleasure and attracts; "flowers are an attractor for bees"
  3. (magnetic) of or relating to or caused by magnetism; "magnetic forces"
  4. (magnetic) 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"
  5. (magnetic) charismatic: possessing an extraordinary ability to attract; "a charismatic leader"; "a magnetic personality"
  6. Magnet were a band formed for the purpose of recording the soundtrack to the 1973 film The Wicker Man. The band were assembled by musician Gary Carpenter (the film's Associate Musical Director) to perform songs composed by New York songwriter Paul Giovanni. ...
  7. Magnet is a music magazine which generally focuses on alternative, independent, or out-of-the-mainstream bands.
  8. Magnet is the pseudonym of Norwegian singer-songwriter Even Johansen. To date, he has released four full-length studio albums as well as several singles and EPs. Johansen draws upon many influences, including folk, pop, and electronica. ...
  9. The Magnet was a minor fictional hero from the Golden Age of Comics. He first appeared in the Complete Book of Comics and Funnies #1 (1944), published by Nedor Comics. The character was later revived by writer Alan Moore for America's Best Comics.
  10. Magnet is a British kitchen retailer operating in over 200 locations across the UK supplying products under the Magnet and Magnet Trade brands. The company has over 2,000 employees and its headquarters are in Darlington, County Durham. ...
  11. Yulia Stanislavovna Savicheva (Ю́лия Станисла́вовна Са́вичева) (born 14 February 1987) is a Russian singer who performed for Russia in the 2004 Eurovision Song Contest which was held in Istanbul, Turkey.
  12. A piece of material that attracts some metals by magnetism; A person or thing that attracts what is denoted by the preceding noun
  13. (Magnetic) (scalar) potential --The magnetic force at a point in space is a *"vector" quantity, one which has both direction and strength. To specify it, three numbers are required--for instance, one specifying its strength and two its direction. ...
  14. (Magnetic) A recent innovation using powerful mini magnets.
  15. (Magnetic) Control gear for SON and Metal Halide lamps, uses a copper and iron to regulate the current being supplied to the lamp.
  16. (Magnetic) Discontinuity - This refers to a break in the magnetic uniformity of the part-a sudden change in permeability. A magnetic discontinuity may not be related to any actual physical break in the metal, but it may produce a magnetic particle indication.
  17. (Magnetic) Of or pertaining to a mineral, object, area or locale possessing the properties of a magnet.
  18. (magnetic) (noun) : the portion of space near a magnetic body or a current-carrying body in which the magnetic forces due to the body or current can be detected
  19. (3. The Magnets) I use this term now to describe that which is actually making up the field. You can call them nuons, muons, electrons or vectrons. No matter what you call them, these are the true magnets. These magnets operate at a sub-atomic level. They are smaller than the size of an atom.
  20. (Magnets) Magnetic energy has been found to promote restful sleep, relieve aches and discomforts, reduce anxiety, stimulate circulation, provide increased energy and balance, and help the body more effectively restore and repair itself. There are a wide variety of magnetic products available.
  21. (Magnets) Magnetic sheets that can be inserted in your printer can be found at most office supply stores.  These stores also carry magnetic sheets that can be attached to business cards.  These can easily be cut to various sizes.
  22. (Magnets) N40 Grade Neodymium-Iron-Boron (NdFeB)
  23. (Magnets) These are strips of flexible magnetic material that attach to the graphic or fabric panels and allow the panels to stick to the channel bars. There are A & B polarity magnets. On some pop up booths the A magnets attach to the channel bar, and the B magnets attach to the panel. ...
  24. Magnets are clearly one of David Whitaker’s favourite devices (perhaps harking back to the puzzle in the cell aboard the Dalek saucer in The Dalek Invasion of Earth). They feature in Power Play, The Menace of the Monstrons and Rogue Planet. ...
  25. To dream of a magnet, denotes that evil influences will draw you from the path of honor. A woman is probably luring you to ruin. To a woman, this dream foretells that protection and wealth will be showered upon her.