Chick-magnet

male who many women find sexually attractive

Dictionary of Australian slang . 2013.

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  • Chick Magnet — Infobox Album Name = Chick Magnet Type = studio Artist = Paul Wall Released = February 24, 2004 Recorded = Genre = Hip Hop Length = Label = Paid in Full Records Producer = Reviews = Last album = This album = Next album = Chick Magnet an album… …   Wikipedia

  • chick-magnet — Australian Slang male who many women find sexually attractive …   English dialects glossary

  • chick magnet — /ˈtʃɪk mægnət/ (say chik magnuht) noun Colloquial 1. a male who is very attractive to women. 2. something which helps a man to appear attractive to women, as a stylish car …   Australian English dictionary

  • Chick Magnet (film) — Chick Magnet Movie poster Directed by Ryan R. Williams Written by Jeff Venables Ryan R. Williams …   Wikipedia

  • Chick Magnet (song) — Chick Magnet Single by MxPx from the album Life in General Released 1996 …   Wikipedia

  • Chick Magnet (disambiguation) — Chick Magnet means Sexual attraction. It may also refer to: Films Chick Magnet, a 2011 comedy film. Music Chick Magnet (song), a MxPx single released in 1996. Chick Magnet (album), an independent album by rapper Paul Wall …   Wikipedia

  • Chick Magnet (album) — For the MxPx single, see Chick Magnet (song). Chick Magnet Studio album by Paul Wall Released February 24, 2004 Genre Hip hop …   Wikipedia

  • magnet — (n.) mid 15c. (earlier magnes, late 14c.), from O.Fr. magnete magnetite, magnet, lodestone, and directly from L. magnetum (nom. magnes) lodestone, from Gk. ho Magnes lithos the Magnesian stone, from Magnesia, region in Thessaly where magnetized… …   Etymology dictionary

  • Chick — 1. (often offensive) young woman; 2. (amongst teenage girls) extremely attractive male; hunk (short for chick magnet) …   Dictionary of Australian slang

  • chick — Australian Slang 1. (often offensive) young woman; 2. (amongst teenage girls) extremely attractive male; hunk (short for chick magnet) …   English dialects glossary


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