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Spanish translation of “radiate”

radiate

verb /ˈreidieit/
to send out rays of (light, heat etc)
irradiar
A fire radiates heat.
to go out or be sent out in rays, or in many directions from a central point
irradiar
Heat radiates from a fire All the roads radiate from the centre/center of the town.
radiation noun rays of light, heat etc or of any radioactive substance
radiación
(also adjective) a radiation leak.
radiator noun a type of apparatus for heating a room.
radiador
an apparatus in a car which, with a fan, cools the engine.
radiador
(Definition of radiate from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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