magnetic north
Noun

magnetic north (uncountable)

  1. At a given point on Earth's surface, the direction of Earth's magnetic field, i.e. the direction into which the compass needle of a magnetic compass points.

Magnetic North
Noun

magnetic north (uncountable)

  1. (geography) At a given point, the direction in which the magnetic North Pole of the Earth lies.



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