Definition of "electro-magnetic" [e•lec•tro-mag•net•ic]

  • Of or pertaining to electromagnetism. (adjective)

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Use "electro-magnetic" in a sentence
  • "Then there's Claude Victor Gaume's streamlined electro-magnetic engine from 1872."
  • "An electro-magnetic elevator creates electricity and in Jernhusen's own two-story office suite, the stairwell walls are filled with huge photographs of the outdoors to encourage walking."
  • "Now I am reporting that the problem of electro-magnetic interference affecting commercial flights is much bigger than previously suspected."