Permanent-magnet



noun
1.
a magnet that retains its magnetism after being removed from an external magnetic field.
noun
1.
a magnet, often of steel, that retains its magnetization after the magnetic field producing it has been removed
permanent magnet
(pûr’mə-nənt)
A piece of ferromagnetic material that retains its magnetism after it has been magnetized.

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