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radiate

verb
 
 
/ˈreɪdieɪt/
radiate from/out, etc to spread out in all directions from a particular point
yayılmak, saçılmak
A number of roads radiate out from the centre.Spreading and scattering
EMOTION/QUALITY [T] to show an emotion or quality in your face or behaviour
yüzünde ve davranışında göstermek/sergilemek/vermek/yaymak
His face just radiates happiness.Showing and demonstratingExpressing and showing feelings
HEAT/LIGHT [T] to send out heat or light
(ısı, ışık) yaymak, saçmak
Physical and chemical processes
(Definition of radiate from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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