Magnetic meaning

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Having an unusual power or ability to attract.

A magnetic personality.

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Relating to the magnetic poles of the earth.

A magnetic compass bearing.

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Having the properties of a magnet.

Magnetic needle.

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Of, producing, caused by, or operating by magnetism.
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The definition of magnetic is being attracted by magnetism, or very attractive.

An example of something magnetic is a personality that attracts people; a magnetic personality.

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Of the earth's magnetism.

The magnetic poles.

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That is or can be magnetized.
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Powerfully attractive.
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Producing, caused by, or making use of magnetic fields.
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Of, relating to, operating by, or caused by magnetism.

A magnetic recorder.

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Having the properties of a magnet, especially the ability to draw or pull.
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Determined by earth's magnetic fields.

Magnetic north.

The magnetic meridian.

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Having an extraordinary ability to attract.

He has a magnetic personality.

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(archaic) Having, susceptible to, or induced by, animal magnetism.

A magnetic sleep.

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