a magnet for producing a magnetic field, as in a particle accelerator or an electric motor.
a permanent magnet or an electromagnet that produces the magnetic field in a generator, electric motor, or similar device
A permanent magnet used to produce a base magnetic field against which other magnetized materials react, as in the operation of electrical devices such as motors, generators, and solenoids.
noun 1. an officer of the highest military rank in the British and certain other armies, and of the second highest rank in the French army. noun 1. an officer holding the highest rank in the British and certain other armies
noun 1. an herb, Mentha arvensis, of North America, having downy leaves and small flowers that grow in circles in the leaf axils.
/ˈfiːldˌmaʊs/ noun (pl) -mice 1. any nocturnal mouse of the genus Apodemus, inhabiting woods, fields, and gardens of the Old World: family Muridae. They have yellowish-brown fur and feed on fruit, vegetables, seeds, etc 2. a former name for vole1
noun 1. any of various short-tailed mice or voles inhabiting fields and meadows.