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radical British & World English

(Especially of change or action) relating to or affecting the fundamental nature of something; far-reaching or thorough

acid radical British & World English

A radical formed by the removal of hydrogen ions from an acid

radical chic British & World English

The fashionable affectation of radical left-wing views

radical sign British & World English

The sign √ which indicates the square root of the number following (or a higher root indicated by a preceding superscript numeral)

free radical British & World English

An uncharged molecule (typically highly reactive and short-lived) having an unpaired valency electron

radical English Thesaurus

radical reform is long overdue

radical English-Spanish


radical Spanish-English


radical chic English-Spanish


the ethyl group/radical in ethyl English-Spanish

el grupo/radical etílico

a partial/radical mastectomy in mastectomy English-Spanish

una mastectomía parcial/total

ha virado hacia una postura más radical in virar Spanish-English

he has veered toward a more radical position

los partidarios de una línea más radical in línea Spanish-English

those in favor of taking a more radical line

the profession stands in need of radical reform in need English-Spanish

la profesión necesita una reforma radical

la tendencia radical prepondera sobre las otras in preponderar Spanish-English

the radical tendency predominates over the others

he's the latest in a long line of radical leaders in line English-Spanish

es el último de una larga serie de dirigentes radicales

his radical views sit uneasily with his political ambition in uneasily English-Spanish

sus opiniones radicales no son muy compatibles con su ambición política