magnetize

suomi-englanti sanakirja

magnetize englannista suomeksi

  1. vetää puoleensa

  2. magnetoida

  1. Verbi

magnetize englanniksi

  1. To make magnetic.

  2. To become magnetic.

  3. To hypnotize using mesmerism.

  4. (circa) (w), ''Animal Magnetism: A Farce'', Dublin, P. Byron, Act III, p. 82,http://name.umdl.umich.edu/004834158.0001.000

  5. Lisette let him alone, it is dangerous to push the poor creature to extremities, Doctor, suppose we Magnetize him?
  6. 1864, (w), “The Convulsionists of St. Médard” in ''(w)'', Volume 13, p. 347,https://archive.org/details/atlantic13bostuoft

  7. Dr. Bertrand tells us that the first patient he ever magnetized, being attacked by a disease of an hysterical character, became subject to convulsions of so long duration and so violent in character, that he had never, in all his practice, seen the like (..)
  8. To attract, allure or entice; to captivate or entrance.

  9. 1861, (w), ''(w)'', Chapter 21,http://www.gutenberg.org/files/2696/2696-h/2696-h.htm

  10. As for Dudley Venner, no beauty in all the world could have so soothed and magnetized him as the very repose and subdued gentleness which the Widow had thought would make the best possible background for her own more salient and effective attractions.
  11. 1894, (w), “A Protégée of Jack Hamlin’s” in ''A Protégée of Jack Hamlin’s and Other Stories'', Boston: Houghton Mifflin, p. 49,https://archive.org/details/protgeofjack00hartrich

  12. Mr. Hamlin’s hand passed carressingly twice or thrice along her sleeve with a peculiar gentleness that seemed to magnetize her.
  13. (quote-book)

  14. 1982, (w), “(w)’s Back? Twice as Funny,” ''(w)'', 29 March, 1982,https://web.archive.org/web/20130825181034/http://www.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,953434,00.html

  15. Drawing his material from the black hole of ghetto life and death, Pryor uses his dramatic power to magnetize his listeners into the fire-flash fear of the moment—even as his skewed comic perspective offers distance, safety, reassurance.
  16. (inflection of)