Kazakh edit

Alternative scripts
Arabic راديكال
Cyrillic радикал
Latin radikal

Etymology edit

Borrowed from Russian радика́л (radikál), from French radical, from Latin radicalis, from radix (root).

Noun edit

радикал (radikal)

  1. (mathematics) radical
  2. (chemistry) radical
  3. (politics) radical (person with radical opinions)

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радика́л (radikálm inan or m anim (genitive радика́ла, nominative plural радика́лы, genitive plural радика́лов, feminine радика́лка)

  1. (mathematics) radical
  2. (chemistry) radical
  3. (politics) radical (person with radical opinions)

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  • Kazakh: радикал (radikal)

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Pronunciation edit

  • IPA(key): /radǐkaːl/
  • Hyphenation: ра‧ди‧кал

Noun edit

радѝка̄л m (Latin spelling radìkāl)

  1. radical

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Ukrainian edit

 
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Etymology edit

Derived via Western European languages from Latin rādīcālis.

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  • IPA(key): [rɐdeˈkaɫ]
  • (file)

Noun edit

радика́л (radykálm pers or m inan (genitive радика́ла, nominative plural радика́ли, genitive plural радика́лів, feminine радика́лка)

  1. (personal, politics) radical
  2. (inanimate, mathematics) radical
  3. (inanimate, chemistry) radical
    ві́льний радика́лvílʹnyj radykálfree radical

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(personal)

(inanimate)

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