Irradiate

Subject material to ionising radiation. Irradiated reactor fuel and components have been subject to neutron irradiation and hence become radioactive themselves.

irradiate

(ĭ-ra´de-āt) to treat with radiant energy.
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irradiate

[v] - cast rays of light upon 2. [v] - expose to radiation
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Irradiate

• (a.) Illuminated; irradiated. • (v. t.) To animate by heat or light. • (v. i.) To emit rays; to shine. • (v. t.) To enlighten intellectually; to illuminate; as, to irradiate the mind. • (v. t.) To throw rays of light upon; to illuminate; to brighten; to adorn with luster. • (v. t.) To radiate, shed, or diffuse.Irradi...
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irradiate

verb give spiritual insight to; in religion
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irradiate

verb expose to radiation; `irradiate food`
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Irradiate

Ir·ra'di·ate transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Irradiated ; present participle & verbal noun Irradiating .] [ Latin irradiatus , past participle of irradiate. See In- in , and Radiate .] 1.
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irradiate

1. To throw rays of light upon; to illuminate; to brighten; to adorn with luster. 'Thy smile irradiates yon blue fields.' (Sir W. Jones) ... 2. To enlighten intellectually; to illuminate; as, to irradiate the mind. ... 3. To animate by heat or light. ... 4. To radiate, shed, or diffuse. 'A splendid faade, . . . Irradiating hospitality.' (H. James) ...
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Irradiate

Subject material to ionising radiation. Irradiated reactor fuel and components have been subject to neutron irradiation and hence become radioactive themselves
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Irradiate

Subject material to ionising radiation. Irradiated reactor fuel and components have been subject to neutron irradiation and hence become radioactive themselves.
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irradiate

Type: Term Pronunciation: i-rā′dē-āt Definitions: 1. To apply radiation from a source to a structure or organism.
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