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babe magnet

1. A person, typically male, who is very attractive to women. Often used with a degree of humor or facetiousness. Primarily heard in US, South Africa. John thinks he's such a babe magnet now that he's making so much money, but everyone thinks he's just as foolish as ever.
2. Something that attracts women to its owner, who is typically male. Often used with a degree of humor or facetiousness. Primarily heard in US, South Africa. I bought my motorcycle because I thought it would be a great babe magnet.
See also: babe, magnet

babe magnet

and chick magnet
1. n. a male who seems to attract good looking females easily. Keep your woman away from Chuck. He’s a babe magnet. Wilfred thinks he’s a chick magnet, but he only snags the dogs.
2. n. something, such as a car, that attracts good-looking females to a male. Man, I like your new chick magnet. Get any yet? He thought of a new car as a “babe magnet,” but all it drew was the repo man.
See also: babe, magnet

chick magnet

See also: chick, magnet

nerd magnet

n. a girl or woman who attracts dull males. Sally is weary of dating total drips. She is a classic nerd magnet.
See also: magnet, nerd
References in classic literature ?
He didn't say," replied the shaggy man, wrapping and tying the Love Magnet with great care and putting it away in another pocket.
Permanent magnets are the basis of an ever increasing number of devices of modern life.
With the development of this new ferrite magnet and the move to mass production, NEOMAX enhances its product lineup and reinforces its position as the world's strongest and largest manufacturer of magnets, including rare-earth magnets, and alnico magnets.
A new family of magnets may be a first step toward organic versions of the familiar metal objects, researchers say.
Lifting magnets are Important revenue generators" in most scrap metal yards.
Bunting says its Suspended Plate Magnets and Cross-Belt Separators are also frequently used in wood recycling applications.
invasion of Iraq, magnets shaped like yellow ribbons are sprouting like daffodils on vehicle trunks, hatchbacks and tailgates.
Most of Minato's test units consist of a three-layered, non-magnetic rotor fitted with powerful Sumitomo Neomax (neodymium-iron-boron) magnets located (for a duration of 5 degrees) every 175 degrees around the circumference of the rotor.
electromagnetic, typically called voice coil, where fixed magnets interact with a moving coil (electromagnet) to create motion.
The Clean-Flow magnet has two magnet drawers - known as grid magnets - mounted on top of each other and consisting of Neoflux magnets.
Two new AISI 1020 steel handling lift magnets from O.
One from Baylor College of Medicine in Houston showed that magnets were more than twice as effective as placebos in treating post-polio, muscular, and arthritic-like pain.
Magnets also offer alternative and more comfortable ways to fix teeth, especially buck teeth, or front teeth that project forward.
The major product segments analyzed are Soft Magnetic Materials (Soft Ferrite, and Electrical Steel), and Permanent Magnetic Materials (Alnico Magnets, Hard Ferrite, Samarium Cobalt Magnets, and NdFeB Magnets).