Definition of Radicate. Meaning of Radicate. Synonyms of Radicate

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Definition of Radicate

Radicate
Radicate Rad"i*cate, a. [L. radicatus, p. p. of radicari to take root, fr. radix. See Radix.] Radicated.
Radicate
Radicate Rad"i*cate, v. i. To take root; to become rooted. --Evelyn.

Meaning of Radicate from wikipedia

- characteristics of Naty Botero. The director of the video, Diego Álvarez, is radicated on Mexico City and he has been involved with a lot of projects on MTV...
- deracinate, deracination, eradicable, eradicate, radical, radicand, radicant, radicate, radicel, radicle, radicular, radicule, radiculose, radish, ultraradical...
- away old life habits, religious beliefs, ancestral moral convictions and radicated political opinions, the anxiety towards a ****ure that is mutating and...
- minds of mortal men to slide or appair. Besides this, patience was so radicate in his heart that of all the injuries to him committed (which were no small...
- into Giorgia Meloni's party the experience of an econationalist right, radicated in Insubria and for the interest of Italy". President of the National...
- Tony Keily, who believed that film criticism and publication "should be radicated in a common film culture. And the job of a publication like Film Ireland...
- politicians in their town. At 12 years old, he moved to Guayaquil, and early radicated in the Gómez Rendón and Chile streets, and moved to other locations later...
- Hockey World Cup. The team is based mostly in the Portuguese community radicated in South Africa. Team Staff General Manager: Mechanic: Coaching Staff...
- "National Plan of Postgrade Studies 2005-2010" coordinated by CAPES. She was radicated in Curitiba, being professor of the Federal University of Paraná. She...
- Jerónimo Ruiz de Corella, between other things, General of the Artillery radicated in the Duchy of Milan, Italy while her mother, a "Manrique", came from...
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