[rad-i-kand, rad-i-kand] /ˈræd ɪˌkænd, ˌræd ɪˈkænd/
the quantity under a radical sign.
a number or quantity from which a root is to be extracted, usually preceded by a radical sign: 3 is the radicand of √3
the number under a radical sign, from Latin radicandus, gerundive of radicare (see radicant).
The number or expression that is written under a radical sign, such as the 3 in √3.
[rad-i-kuh nt] /ˈræd ɪ kənt/ adjective, Botany. 1. rooting from the stem, as ivy. adj. “bringing forth roots,” 1735, from Latin radicantem (nominative radicans), present participle of radicare, from radix “root” (see radish).
[rah-dee-kee-oh, ruh-] /rɑˈdi kiˌoʊ, rə-/ noun 1. a variety of chicory originating in Italy, having a compact head of reddish, white-streaked leaves: leaves and roots may be cooked or used raw in salads. /ræˈdiːkɪəʊ/ noun (pl) -chios 1. an Italian variety of chicory, having purple leaves streaked with white that are eaten raw in salads
[rad-uh-sel] /ˈræd əˌsɛl/ noun, Botany. 1. a minute root; a rootlet. /ˈrædɪˌsɛl/ noun 1. a very small root; radicle
[rad-uh-seez, rey-duh-] /ˈræd əˌsiz, ˈreɪ də-/ noun 1. a plural of . [rey-diks] /ˈreɪ dɪks/ noun, plural radices [rad-uh-seez, rey-duh-] /ˈræd əˌsiz, ˈreɪ də-/ (Show IPA), radixes. 1. Mathematics. a number taken as the base of a system of numbers, logarithms, or the like. 2. Anatomy, Botany. a root; radicle. /ˈreɪdɪˌsiːz/ noun 1. a plural […]