LanguageMate | Magnet | German - English (British) - Dictionary
Home/Dictionaries/German - English (British)/Magnet

German - English (British) translations for "Magnet"

"Magnet" German translation




A magnet is an object that produces a magnetic field and attracts certain materials, such as iron or steel.

Part of speech





This is is an experimental feature. Please report any issues.

Meaning: magnet

Der Magnet zieht metallische Gegenstände an.

The magnet attracts metallic objects.

Meaning: magnetic

Die Erde hat ein magnetisches Feld.

The Earth has a magnetic field.

Meaning: magnetism

Magnetismus ist eine Eigenschaft von Magneten.

Magnetism is a property of magnets.

Meaning: magnetization

Die Magnetisierung des Materials erfolgt durch den Magnet.

The magnetization of the material is done by the magnet.


This is is an experimental feature. Please report any issues.

A1: Der Magnet haftet am Kühlschrank.

A1: The magnet sticks to the refrigerator.

A1: Ich habe einen kleinen Magneten gefunden.

A1: I found a small magnet.

A1: Der Magnet zieht Metall an.

A1: The magnet attracts metal.

B1: Er hat den Magneten verloren, aber er findet ihn wieder.

B1: He lost the magnet, but he finds it again.

B1: Die Kinder haben die Magnete auf dem Whiteboard angeordnet.

B1: The children arranged the magnets on the whiteboard.

B2: Wenn du den Magneten umdrehst, ändert sich die Polung.

B2: If you flip the magnet, the polarity changes.

B2: Der Magnetismus des Materials wird durch den externen Magnet beeinflusst.

B2: The magnetism of the material is influenced by the external magnet.

C1: Durch das Anlegen eines elektrischen Stroms kann ein Elektromagnet erzeugt werden.

C1: By applying an electric current, an electromagnet can be created.

C1: Die Wissenschaftler untersuchen die Wechselwirkungen zwischen den Atomen und dem Magnetfeld.

C1: The scientists are studying the interactions between the atoms and the magnetic field.

C2: Die Magnetresonanztomographie ist eine medizinische Bildgebungstechnik, die magnetische Felder nutzt.

C2: Magnetic resonance imaging is a medical imaging technique that uses magnetic fields.

Advanced Description

This is is an experimental feature. Please report any issues.

Magnets are objects that have the ability to attract certain materials, such as iron or steel. They produce a magnetic field, which is a force that can act on other magnets or magnetic materials. The strength of a magnet's magnetic field is determined by its size and composition. Magnets can be found in various shapes and sizes, from small refrigerator magnets to large industrial magnets used in machinery.

One of the most common uses of magnets is in compasses. Compasses use the Earth's magnetic field to determine direction. The needle of a compass is a small magnet that aligns itself with the Earth's magnetic field, pointing towards the Earth's magnetic north pole. This allows people to navigate and find their way using a compass.

Magnets also play an important role in technology and everyday life. They are used in electric motors, generators, speakers, hard drives, and many other devices. In medicine, magnets are used in Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) machines to create detailed images of the body's internal structures. Additionally, magnets are often used for educational purposes to demonstrate the properties of magnetism.

View all German wordsView other German Nouns