Noun(1) (physics(2) a characteristic that provides pleasure and attracts
(1) Three workers, migrants from rural areas, are retrieving waste iron using a magnet on the end of a bamboo pole.(2) the beautiful stretch of white sand is a magnet for sun worshipers(3) The Italian city of marble and water is a magnet for art-lovers, but culture is not the only attraction.(4) Now water contains hydrogen atoms, and the nucleus of a hydrogen atom is a tiny magnet .(5) Hutter spinels are strongly magnetic and can be separated from crushed samples of the rock with a hand magnet .(6) Dartford Council is mounting a three-pronged attack to make Dartford town centre a magnet for shoppers and a realistic option for top retailers to bring a full range of goods and services.(7) Police prepared spreadsheets of crime in the area which, they said, proved the pub was a magnet for trouble, particularly late at night, and the problems were increasing.(8) When you picked up the clip with the magnet the clip was accelerated toward the magnet acquiring kinetic energy.(9) To complete the magnet , the coils were encased in an iron yoke then wrapped in a 40-millimeter-thick aluminum shell.(10) Because of its trendy college and relatively liberal cadres of lawyers and civil servants, Austin became a magnet for nonconformists.(11) the beautiful stretch of white sand is a magnet for sun-worshippers(12) If you have a mixture of salt and tiny pieces of iron, you could use a magnet to separate the iron from the mixture.(13) Last year concerts took place over 10 weekends, acting as a magnet for music lovers from the region itself and much further afield.(14) Home to exquisite beaches, blistering sunshine and the second largest coral reef in the world, Cozumel is also a magnet for serious sun-worshippers and scuba divers.(15) The stunning scenery is probably the main reason why it's such a magnet for visitors - the view of the hills is superb, with Ben Vrackie dominating everything around.(16) Movies have long been a magnet for scrutiny, hysteria or moral panics, though obviously television now draws much of that dubious attention.
(1) neodymium magnet :: ネオジム磁石
1. lodestone ::
2. attraction ::
Different Formsmagnet, magnetic, magnetite, magnetization, magnets
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