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radiate

[v. rey-dee-eyt; adj. rey-dee-it, -eyt]
verb (used without object), radiated, radiating.
1.
to extend, spread, or move like rays or radii from a center.
2.
to emit rays, as of light or heat; irradiate.
3.
to issue or proceed in rays.
4.
(of persons) to project or glow with cheerfulness, joy, etc.: She simply radiates with good humor.
verb (used with object), radiated, radiating.
5.
to emit in rays; disseminate, as from a center.
6.
(of persons) to project (joy, goodwill, etc.).
adjective
7.
radiating from a center.
8.
having rays extending from a central point or part: a coin showing a radiate head.
9.
radiating symmetrically.

Origin:
1610–20; < Latin radiātus (past participle of radiāre to radiate light, shine). See radiant, -ate1

radiable, adjective
radiability, radiableness, noun
radiably, radiately, adverb
antiradiating, adjective
interradiate, verb (used without object), interradiated, interradiating.
multiradiate, adjective
multiradiated, adjective
nonradiating, adjective
reradiate, verb, reradiated, reradiating.
subradiate, adjective
unradiated, adjective
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radiate
 
vb
1.  Also: eradiate to emit (heat, light, or some other form of radiation) or (of heat, light, etc) to be emitted as radiation
2.  (intr) (of lines, beams, etc) to spread out from a centre or be arranged in a radial pattern
3.  (tr) (of a person) to show (happiness, health, etc) to a great degree
 
adj
4.  having rays; radiating
5.  (of a capitulum) consisting of ray florets
6.  (of animals or their parts) showing radial symmetry
7.  adorned or decorated with rays: a radiate head on a coin
 
[C17: from Latin radiāre to emit rays]

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radiate ra·di·ate (rā'dē-āt')
v. ra·di·at·ed, ra·di·at·ing, ra·di·ates

  1. To spread out in all directions from a center.

  2. To emit or be emitted as radiation.


ra'di·a'tive adj.
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