Translation of radical in Spanish:

radical

Pronunciation: /ˈrædɪkəl/

adjective/adjetivo

  • 1.1 (far-reaching) [change/difference/reform] radical radical surgery cirugía (feminine) radical
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    • Both groups would be affected by a radical change in the business climate.
    • Are the arguments of those who predict a radical change in the nature of 21st century wars that groundless after all?
    • The people are exhausted from the radical changes that affect their way of life.
    1.2 [politician/policy] radical; [writer] de ideas radicales, de tendencia radical
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    • Wales has always had strong left wing and radical political parties and leaders.
    • She has been the most radical advocate of the party's adoption of an independent stance in elections.
    • Hard-liners formed a radical political party, more extremist than any other.
    1.3 (new and daring) [technique/theory] innovador, radicalmente nuevo
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    • Given the extent to which it is taken for granted today, it can be difficult to fully appreciate the truly innovative and radical approach Frege took to logic.
    • The resulting album attracted two nominations in the Radio 2 folk awards with its radical approach to traditional music.
    • She calls for a radical re-examination of traditional approaches to accountability, transparency and press freedom.

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