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Agnes (female given name)
proper noun
[UK: ˈæɡ.nɪs]
[US: ˈæɡ.nəs]

Agnès◼◼◼nom propreHer name was Agnes then. = Elle s'appelait alors Agnès.

animal magnetism (magnetic fluid or ethereal medium said to reside in the bodies of animate beings)
noun

magnétisme animal◼◼◼nom

antiferromagnetism (a phenomenon, similar to ferromagnetism)
noun

antiferromagnétisme◼◼◼nom {m}

antimagnetic (unaffected by a magnetic field)
adjective
[UK: ˌæn.ti.mæɡ.ˈne.tɪk]
[US: ˌæn.ti.mæg.ˈne.tɪk]

antimagnétique◼◼◼adjectif

archaeomagnetism (magnetism of the Earth in the geologic past)
noun

archéomagnétismenom {m}

biomagnetism noun

biomagnétisme◼◼◼nom {m}

boromagnesite noun

boromagnésitenom {f}

Champagne [champagnes] (region of France)
noun
[UK: ʃæm.ˈpeɪn]
[US: ʃæm.ˈpeɪn]

Champagne◼◼◼nom {f}Champagne, please. = Champagne, s'il vous plait.

champagne [champagnes] (sparkling white wine produced in Champagne)
noun
[UK: ʃæm.ˈpeɪn]
[US: ʃæm.ˈpeɪn]

champagne◼◼◼nom {m}Champagne, please. = Champagne, s'il vous plait.

Champagne-Ardenne (region)
proper noun

Champagne-Ardenne◼◼◼nom {f}

champagne bucket (bowl or bucket)
noun

seau à Champagne◼◼◼nom {m}

Charlemagne (king of the Franks)
proper noun
[UK: ˈʃɑː.lə.ˌmen]
[US: ˈʃɑːr.lə.ˌmen]

Charlemagne◼◼◼nom propre
{m}
Charlemagne was crowned by the Pope. = Charlemagne fut couronné par le pape.

dragnet [dragnets] (net dragged across the bottom)
noun
[UK: ˈdræɡ.net]
[US: ˈdræg.ˌnet]

chalut◼◼◼nom {m}

electromagnet [electromagnets] (magnet)
noun
[UK: ɪ.ˈlek.trəʊ.ˌmæɡ.nɪt]
[US: ɪ.ˈlektro.ʊ.ˌmæɡ.nɪt]

électro-aimant◼◼◼nom {m}

electromagnetic (pertaining to electromagnetism)
adjective
[UK: ɪ.ˌlek.trəʊ.mæɡ.ˈne.tɪk]
[US: ɪ.ˌlektro.ʊ.mæg.ˈne.tɪk]

électromagnétique◼◼◼adjectif
{m} {f}

electromagnetic force (fundamental force)
noun

force électromagnétique◼◼◼nom {f}

electromagnetic interaction noun
[UK: ɪ.ˌlek.trəʊ.mæɡ.ˈne.tɪk ˌɪn.tə.ˈræk.ʃn̩]
[US: ɪ.ˌlektro.ʊ.mæg.ˈne.tɪk ˌɪn.tə.ˈræk.ʃn̩]

interaction électromagnétique◼◼◼nom {f}

electromagnetic radiation [electromagnetic radiations] (radiation)
noun
[UK: ɪ.ˌlek.trəʊ.mæɡ.ˈne.tɪk ˌreɪ.dɪ.ˈeɪʃ.n̩]
[US: ɪ.ˌlektro.ʊ.mæg.ˈne.tɪk ˌre.di.ˈeɪʃ.n̩]

rayonnement électromagnétique◼◼◼nom {m}

electromagnetic spectrum noun

spectre électromagnétique◼◼◼nom {m}

electromagnetic wave [electromagnetic waves] (electromagnetic radiation)
noun
[UK: ɪ.ˌlek.trəʊ.mæɡ.ˈne.tɪk weɪv]
[US: ɪ.ˌlektro.ʊ.mæg.ˈne.tɪk ˈweɪv]

onde électromagnétique◼◼◼nom {f}

electromagnetism (a fundamental force)
noun
[UK: ɪ.ˌlek.trəʊ.ˈmæɡ.nɪ.tɪ.zəm]
[US: ɪ.ˌlektro.ʊ.ˈmæɡ.nɪ.tɪ.zəm]

électromagnétisme◼◼◼nom {f}

ferromagnetic (exhibiting ferromagnetism)
adjective
[UK: ˌfe.rəʊ.mæɡ.ˈne.tɪk]
[US: ˌfero.ʊ.mæg.ˈne.tɪk]

ferromagnétique◼◼◼adjectif

ferromagnetism (the phenomenon whereby certain substances can become permanent magnets)
noun
[UK: ˌfero.ˈmæɡ.nə.ˌtɪ.zəm]
[US: ˌfero.ˈmæɡ.nə.ˌtɪ.zəm]

ferromagnétisme◼◼◼nom {m}

fridge magnet (decoration)
noun

aimantinnom

gyromagnetic (of, relating to, or resulting from the properties of a spinning magnet, or a spinning electric charge; magnetogyric)
adjective
[UK: dʒˌaɪrəməɡnˈetɪk]
[US: dʒˌaɪrəməɡnˈeɾɪk]

gyromagnétique◼◼◼adjectif

hypomagnesemia (the condition of having an abnormally low concentration of magnesium ions in the blood)
noun

hypomagnésémie◼◼◼nom {f}

magnesemia (the presence of magnesium ions in the blood)
noun

magnésémienom {f}

magnesian (containing magnesia)
adjective
[UK: maɡnˈiːziən]
[US: mæɡnˈiːʒən]

magnésien◼◼◼adjectif

Magnesian (inhabitant or a resident of Magnesia)
noun
[UK: maɡnˈiːziən]
[US: mæɡnˈiːʒən]

Magnesennenom {f}

Magnesiennom {m}

magnesite [magnesites] (a form of magnesium carbonate, O3, occurring as dolomite (with calcite) but rarely found in the pure state)
noun
[UK: ˈmæɡ.nə.ˌsaɪt]
[US: ˈmæɡ.nə.ˌsaɪt]

magnésite◼◼◼nom {f}

magnesium (chemical element)
noun
[UK: mæɡ.ˈniː.zɪəm]
[US: mæg.ˈniː.ziəm]

magnésium◼◼◼nom {m}

magnesium chloride (magnesium salt of hydrochloric acid)
noun

chlorure de magnésium◼◼◼nom

magnet [magnets] (piece of material that attracts some metals by magnetism)
noun
[UK: ˈmæɡ.nɪt]
[US: ˈmæɡ.nət]

aimant◼◼◼nom {m}A magnet attracts iron. = Un aimant attire le fer.

magnet- (magnet, magnetic, magnetism)
adjective

magnéto-adjectif

magnetar (pulsar with an extremely powerful magnetic field)
noun
[UK: mˈaɡnetə]
[US: mˈæɡneɾɚ]

magnétar◼◼◼nom {m}

magnetic (determined by earth's magnetic fields)
adjective
[UK: mæɡ.ˈne.tɪk]
[US: mæg.ˈne.tɪk]

magnétique◼◼◼adjectifMagnetic fields are invisible. = Les champs magnétiques sont invisibles.

magnetic (having an extraordinary ability to attract)
adjective
[UK: mæɡ.ˈne.tɪk]
[US: mæg.ˈne.tɪk]

magnétique◼◼◼adjectifMagnetic fields are invisible. = Les champs magnétiques sont invisibles.

magnetic (having the properties a magnet)
adjective
[UK: mæɡ.ˈne.tɪk]
[US: mæg.ˈne.tɪk]

magnétique◼◼◼adjectifMagnetic fields are invisible. = Les champs magnétiques sont invisibles.

magnetic (of, relating to, caused by, or operating by magnetism)
adjective
[UK: mæɡ.ˈne.tɪk]
[US: mæg.ˈne.tɪk]

magnétique◼◼◼adjectifMagnetic fields are invisible. = Les champs magnétiques sont invisibles.

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