[rey-dee-ey-ter] /ˈreɪ diˌeɪ tər/
a person or thing that .
any of various heating devices, as a series or coil of pipes through which steam or hot water passes.
a device constructed from thin-walled tubes and metal fins, used for cooling circulating water, as in an automobile engine.
Radio. a transmitting antenna.
a device for heating a room, building, etc, consisting of a series of pipes through which hot water or steam passes
a device for cooling an internal-combustion engine, consisting of thin-walled tubes through which water passes. Heat is transferred from the water through the walls of the tubes to the airstream, which is created either by the motion of the vehicle or by a fan
(Austral & NZ) an electric fire
(electronics) the part of an aerial or transmission line that radiates electromagnetic waves
an electric space heater
1836, “any thing that radiates,” agent noun in Latin form from radiate. Meaning “heater” is from 1851; sense of “cooling device in internal combustion engine” is 1900.
A body that emits radiation. Radiators are commonly designed to transfer heat energy from one place to another, as in an automobile, in which the radiator cools the engine by transferring heat energy from the engine to the air, or in buildings, where radiators transfer heat energy from a furnace to the air and objects in the surrounding room.
noun a type of short tube-like pasta with rows of deep rippled ridges Examples Let’s have radiatore with vodka sauce tonight. Word Origin 1986; Ital. ‘little radiators’ Usage Note cooking
[rey-dee-ey-tuh s] /ˌreɪ diˈeɪ təs/ adjective, Meteorology. 1. (of a cloud) having bands that appear to converge toward a point on the horizon.
noun 1. a grille in an automobile or the like for air cooling of the liquid in the cooling system.
[rad-i-kuh l] /ˈræd ɪ kəl/ adjective 1. of or going to the root or origin; fundamental: a radical difference. 2. thoroughgoing or extreme, especially as regards change from accepted or traditional forms: a radical change in the policy of a company. 3. favoring drastic political, economic, or social reforms: radical ideas; radical and anarchistic ideologues. […]