[rad-l-muh n] /ˈræd l mən/
noun, plural raddlemen.
[ruh-doh] /rəˈdoʊ/ noun, plural radeaux [ruh-doh, -dohz] /rəˈdoʊ, -ˈdoʊz/ (Show IPA) 1. an armed scow, variously rigged, used as a floating battery during the American Revolution.
[ruh-dek-tuh-mee] /rəˈdɛk tə mi/ noun, plural radectomies. Dentistry, Surgery. 1. excision of part or all of the root of a tooth. radectomy ra·dec·to·my (rā-děk’tə-mē) or ra·di·ec·to·my (rā’dē-ěk’tə-mē) or ra·di·sec·to·my (rā’dĭ-sěk’tə-mē) n. See root amputation.
[rah-dek; Russian rah-dyik] /ˈrɑ dɛk; Russian ˈrɑ dyɪk/ noun 1. Karl [kahrl] /kɑrl/ (Show IPA), 1885–1939? Russian writer and politician. /Russian rɑdjɪk/ noun 1. Karl (Bernhardovich), original name Karl Sobelsohn. 1885–?1939, Soviet politician and journalist who was secretary of Comintern (1920–24). He was accused of treason (1937) and probably died in a labour camp
[rah-dets-kee] /rɑˈdɛts ki/ noun 1. Count Joseph [yoh-zef] /ˈyoʊ zɛf/ (Show IPA), 1766–1858, Austrian field marshal. /German raˈdɛtski/ noun 1. Count Joseph (ˈjoːzɛf). 1766–1858, Austrian field marshal: served in the war against Sardinia (1848–9), winning brilliant victories at Custozza (1848) and Novara (1849): governor of Lombardy-Venetia in N Italy (1849-57)