磁石, じしゃく, じせき

  • jishaku,jiseki
JLPT 2

Definition of 磁石,じしゃく,じせき

noun (common) (futsuumeishi), nouns which may take the genitive case particle `no'

  • magnet

  • compass

Examples of 磁石,じしゃく,じせき in a Sentence

磁石指す
Compass needles point to the north.
キートンはハト磁石取り付けた
Keeton put magnets on the heads of his pigeons.
上の磁石がその原因だった
The magnets on their heads were responsible for that.
With the magnets mounted on their heads, they were unable to find their way home.
The magnets, of course, have a magnetic field around them.
The earth is like a ball with a big magnet in it.
When we put magnets on the pigeon's heads, what was the reaction?
磁石引きつける。
A magnet attracts iron.
In other words, the field of the magnet is near the pigeon's head.
Without the magnets on their heads, they could find their way home in any weather.
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