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Definition of “radical” - Learner’s Dictionary

radical

adjective     /ˈrædɪkəl/
CHANGE
A radical change is very big and important: a radical reform Very and extremeComplete and wholeIntensifying expressions
BELIEFS
believing that there should be big social and political changes: a radical group/movement a radical proposal Political movements and groups
radically adverb
The company has changed radically in recent years.
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