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Spanish translation of “irradiate”

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irradiate

verb /(British ) iˈreidiˌeit; (American) iˈreidiːˌeit/
(medical) to expose someone or something to radiation as a medical treatment.
irradiar, radiar
to treat food with radiation in order to kill bacteria so that it remains fresh for longer.
irradiar, radiar
(literary) to make something look brighter by shining light on it or by making it appear as if light is shining on it.
irradiar, radiar
Translations of “irradiate”
in Chinese (Traditional) (用光或其他輻射)照射…
in Chinese (Simplified) (用光或其他辐射)照射…
(Definition of irradiate from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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