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magnetic
American English: /mæɡˈnɛdɪk/
British English: /maɡˈnɛtɪk/

Translation of magnetic in Spanish:

adjective

  • 1
    (force/field/north/storm/tape)
    magnético
    Example sentences
    • His magnetic boots stuck to the floor a bit longer than a normal shoe would have, but then again, with normal shoes, Patrick would be floating.
    • When I spoke to Howse on the telephone I was not aware that the magnetic powder had to stick to the insect because it was not described in the newspaper article.
    • In the 1990's many women began to create photo albums that were more than simply photos stuck in magnetic albums.
    Example sentences
    • Path comes and goes, compass bearing is 255 degrees magnetic.
    • If you were carrying a hand-bearing compass you could have made a note of the other vessel's magnetic relative bearing and checked it again every few minutes.
    • My friends and colleagues who are interested in alignments say they keep finding things which point towards either 125 degrees magnetic or to its diametric opposite (125+180= 305).
  • 2
    (attraction/charm)
    magnético
    (personality)
    lleno de magnetismo
    Example sentences
    • There was something about Isabelle's personality that was magnetic - people were just drawn to her, including Corey.
    • Tigers are alluring animals and stories about them always have a magnetic appeal.
    • From every act, from every word of the persona he has presented to the camera since the early 1970s, there emanates at once a mediocrity and a magnetic allure.
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