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  1. radiate

    • v.
      emit (energy, especially light or heat) in the form of rays or waves;(of light, heat, or other energy) be emitted in the form of rays or waves
    • adj.
      arranged in or having a radial pattern
    • noun: radiated tortoise, plural noun: radiated tortoises

    • verb: radiate, 3rd person present: radiates, gerund or present participle: radiating, past tense: radiated, past participle: radiated

    • 釋義
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. emit (energy, especially light or heat) in the form of rays or waves:

      the hot stars radiate energy

    • 2. (of light, heat, or other energy) be emitted in the form of rays or waves:

      the continual stream of energy which radiates from the sun

    • 3. (of a person) clearly emanate (a strong feeling or quality) through their expression or bearing:

      she lifted her chin, radiating defiance

    • 4. (of a feeling or quality) emanate clearly from:

      leadership and confidence radiate from her

    • 5. diverge or spread from or as if from a central point:

      he ran down one of the passages that radiated from the room

    • 6. used in names of animals with markings arranged like rays, e.g. radiated tortoise.
    • 7. (of an animal or plant group) evolve into a variety of forms adapted to new ways of life.
    • adj.
      形容詞
    • 1. arranged in or having a radial pattern:

      the radiate crown

    • 更多解釋
    • v.
      emit (energy, especially light or heat) in the form of rays or waves:
    • the hot stars radiate energy
    • adj.
      having rays or parts proceeding from a center; arranged in or having a radial pattern:
    • the radiate crown

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