radiar

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Borrowing from English radiate, French radial, German radial, Italian radiale, Spanish radial, Russian радиальный (radialʹnyj).

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radiar (present tense radias, past tense radiis, future tense radios, imperative radiez, conditional radius)

  1. (transitive) to radiate, irradiate
  2. (intransitive) to emit rays or beams
  3. (figuratively) to beam
    Lua vizajo radias (pro) joyo.
    His/her countenance beams with joy.

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Spanish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from Latin radiāre, present active infinitive of radiō.

Verb[edit]

radiar (first-person singular present radio, first-person singular preterite radié, past participle radiado)

  1. to radiate
  2. to transmit by radio waves

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