Portuguese translation of 'radiate'
1. (heat, emotion) irradiar
2. (emit) emitir
(lines) difundir-se, estender-se
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And the sunset behind them had to radiate all the colors of desire.DESERT RAIN (2002)
Shafts of sunlight radiate out from behind her figure like spokes of white fire.GRACE (2002)
He and Anna's sister Theresa radiate smug perfection like a leak at Sellafield B. `Funny you should ask,' says Anna.LOVE YOU MADLY (2002)
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British English: radiate VERB
If things radiate out from a place, they form a pattern that is like lines drawn from the centre of a circle to various points on its edge.
...the various walkways which radiate from the visitor centre.
Translation of radiate from the Collins English to Portuguese Dictionary