Definition of 'radiator'
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Turn off the central heating so that radiators cool. Times, Sunday Times (2006)It works better with underfloor heating systems than radiators. Times, Sunday Times (2013)How do you dry wet gloves when there are no radiators because the heating is centralised? Times, Sunday Times (2007)You had to prepare for the car radiator boiling over. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Furniture placed in front of a radiator will block heat circulation and the heat may damage the furniture. Stay Well This Winter (1989)For open fires, a radiator paint is usually fine. Times, Sunday Times (2014)You've put it right up against the main radiator in the room. Times, Sunday Times (2006)There were rooms with radiators that didn't work. Times, Sunday Times (2012)A dozen of the radiators can heat an entire flat. Times, Sunday Times (2015)A gasp for help produced a hideous, white electric radiator. Times, Sunday Times (2008)To let me leave for the high desert, without a radiator or an engine, troubled his conscience. Travels with Rosinante (1990)Last winter we bought throws to wrap ourselves up in and only used the gas fire not radiators because we feared getting a bill we couldn't afford. The Sun (2008)MY elderly father-in-law changed energy supplier in December and went from using electric storage radiators to gas central heating. The Sun (2014)
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Translations for 'radiator'
British English: radiator /ˈreɪdɪˌeɪtə/ NOUN
A radiator is a hollow metal device which is connected to a central heating system and used to heat a room.
- American English: radiator
- Arabic: مِشْعَاع
- Brazilian Portuguese: radiador
- Chinese: 散热器
- Croatian: radijator
- Czech: radiátor
- Danish: radiator
- Dutch: radiator
- European Spanish: radiador
- Finnish: lämpöpatteri
- French: radiateur
- German: Heizkörper
- Greek: καλοριφέρ
- Italian: radiatore
- Japanese: ラジエーター
- Korean: 방열기
- Norwegian: radiator
- Polish: grzejnik
- European Portuguese: radiador
- Romanian: radiator
- Russian: батарея
- Spanish: radiador
- Swedish: värmeelement
- Thai: เครื่องทำความร้อน
- Turkish: radyatör
- Ukrainian: радіатор
- Vietnamese: hệ thống sưởi
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