Definition of attractor in English:

attractor

Pronunciation /-tər/

noun

See attract

‘The heat island of Tokyo has been one of the leading attractors of crows migrating to the city.’
  • ‘It has been lying quietly, exuding some form of almost chemical attractor for a few days.’
  • ‘The stable points act as attractors, and correspondingly unstable points as repellers.’
  • ‘Plants such as dill, coriander, and Queen Anne's lace - when allowed to flower - are among the best beneficial insect attractors you can grow.’
  • ‘There have always been arguments amongst anglers whether or not multi-coloured beads and various flashy attractors really enhance your catch rate.’