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Radio-
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Radio-: A combining form indicating connection with, or relation to, a radius or ray specifically (Anat.), with the radius of the forearm as, radio-ulnar, radiomuscular,
Radio-active
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Radio-active: Capable of luminescence under the action of cathode rays, X rays, or any of the allied forms of radiation. Ra`di*o- ac*tiv"i*ty, n.
Radio-astronomy
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Radio-astronomy: Branch of astronomy that deals with the study of heavenly bodies by means of radio waves
Radio-flagellata
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Radio-flagellata: A group of Protozoa having both flagella and pseudopodia.
Radio-telescope
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Radio-telescope: Astronomical instrument that receives electromagnetic waves, telescope used to study heavenly bodies by means of radio waves
Radioactive
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Radioactive: Emitting energy as a result of atomic decay, radiating energy in waves or moving particles
Radioactive cobalt
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Radioactive cobalt: Radioactive form of the chemical element cobalt (Co), cobalt 60
Radioactive decay
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Radioactive decay: Gradual reduction in the number of radioactive atoms in material
Radioactive fallout
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Radioactive fallout: Particles charged with radioactive material that were created due to an atomic explosion
Radioactive leakage
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Radioactive leakage: Seepage of radioactive materials, leak of radioactivity
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