магнит

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магни́т (magnítm

  1. magnet

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KazakhEdit

Cyrillic магнит (magnït)
Arabic ماگنيت
 
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EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from Russian магни́т (magnít), from Middle English magnete, via Old French magnete, Latin magnetum (lodestone), from Ancient Greek μαγνῆτις [λίθος] (magnêtis [líthos], Magnesian [stone]), either after the Lydian city Magnesia ad Sipylum (modern-day Manisa, Turkey), or after the Greek region of Μαγνησία (Magnēsía) (whence came the colonist who founded the city in Lydia).

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магнит (magnït)

  1. magnet
  2. mагнит өрісі
    magnït örisi
    magnetic field

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магнит

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магни́т (magnítm inan (genitive магни́та, nominative plural магни́ты, genitive plural магни́тов)

  1. magnet

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