English translation of 'irradiar'
1. (luz) to radiate
2. (espalhar) to spread
3. (radio) to broadcast, transmit
4. (simpatia) to radiate, exude
1. to radiate
2. (radio) to be on the air
irradiar-se reflexive verb
1 to spread
2 to be transmitted
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'irradiar' in Other Languages
British English: irradiate VERB
If someone or something is irradiated, they are exposed to a large amount of radioactivity.
He observed that leukaemia in children was more common if the fathers had been heavily irradiated.
Translation of irradiar from the Collins Portuguese to English Dictionary
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