Definition of 'attraction'
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And the closer the matter is,' he added softly, `the stronger the attraction. RESCUING ROSE (2002)She was no shy violet, but her lack of timidity only added to her attraction for him. THE IMAGE OF LAURA (2002)He could understand why that romantic tale of the heroic Frenchman could hold a special attraction for Withington. SOMETHING IN THE WATER (2002)
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British English: attraction /əˈtrækʃən/ NOUN
feeling Attraction is a feeling of liking someone.
...our level of attraction to the opposite sex.
- American English: attraction
- Arabic: جَاذِبِيَّة
- Brazilian Portuguese: atração
- Chinese: 吸引力
- Croatian: privlačnost
- Czech: přitažlivost
- Danish: tiltrækning
- Dutch: aantrekkelijkheid
- European Spanish: atracción
- Finnish: vetovoima
- French: attraction
- German: Anziehungskraft
- Greek: έλξη
- Italian: attrazione
- Japanese: 魅力
- Korean: 끌어당기기
- Norwegian: tiltrekning
- Polish: atrakcyjność
- European Portuguese: atração
- Romanian: atracție
- Russian: привлекательность
- Spanish: atracción
- Swedish: attraktion
- Thai: การดึงดูดความสนใจ
- Turkish: çekim
- Ukrainian: тяжіння
- Vietnamese: sự hấp dẫn
British English: attraction NOUN
place An attraction is something that people can go to for interest or enjoyment, for example, a famous building.
The walled city is an important tourist attraction.
Definition of attraction from the Collins English Dictionary
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