Irradiate definitions

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To shed light on; illuminate.
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To manifest in a manner suggesting the emission of light; radiate.

Irradiate goodness.

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To expose to radiation.
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To treat with radiation.

Irradiate farm produce so as to destroy bacteria.

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To send forth rays; radiate.
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To become radiant.
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To shine or throw light upon; light up; make bright.
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To make clear; illuminate intellectually; enlighten.
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To radiate; diffuse; spread; give out.
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To expose to or treat by exposing to X-rays, ultraviolet rays, radium, or some other form of radiant energy.
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To heat with radiant energy.
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To emit rays; shine.
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To become radiant.
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Lighted up; irradiated.
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To expose to radiation.
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To treat with radiation.

Irradiate farm produce so as to destroy bacteria.

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To expose to or treat with radiation. For example, meat sold as food is often irradiated with x-rays or other radiation to kill bacteria; uranium 238 can be irradiated with neutrons to create fissionable plutonium 239.
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To throw rays of light upon; to illuminate; to brighten; to adorn with luster.
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To enlighten intellectually; to illuminate.

To irradiate the mind.

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To animate by heat or light.

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(intransitive) To emit rays; to shine.
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To treat (food) with ionizing radiation in order to destroy bacteria.
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Illuminated; irradiated; made brilliant or splendid.
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Origin of irradiate

Latin irradiāre irradiāt- to illuminate in- on in–2 radiāre to shine radiate