Penterjemahan ke dalam Bahasa Melayu:
- radikallinguistics: portion of a character that provides an indication of its meaning
- radikal aksara cina
chemistry: involving free radicals
(linguistics) In Semitic languages, any one of the set of consonants (typically three) that make up a root.
historical: 19th-century England
person with radical opinions
(historical: 19th-century England) A member of the most progressive wing of the Liberal Party; someone favouring social reform (but generally stopping short of socialism).
linguistics: any one of the set of consonants that make up a root
(organic chemistry) A free radical.
chemistry: group of atoms that take part in reactions as a single unit
organic chemistry: free radical
(chemistry) A group of atoms, joined by covalent bonds, that take part in reactions as a single unit.
favouring fundamental change
linguistics: pertaining to the root of a word
Of or pertaining to the intrinsic nature of something.
(historical: early 20th-century France) A member of an influential, centrist political party favouring moderate social reform, a republican constitution, and secular politics.
(linguistics) In logographic writing systems as the Chinese writing system, the portion of a character (if any) that provides an indication of its meaning, as opposed to phonetic .
(arithmetic) A root (of a number or quantity).
pertaining to the root (of a plant)
Going completely and thoroughly to the root or source.
(linguistics, not comparable) Of or pertaining to the root of a word.
(chemistry, not comparable) Involving free radicals
radical (of a kanji character)
(botany, not comparable) Of or pertaining to a root (of a plant).
Favouring fundamental change, or change at the root cause of a matter.
arithmetic: root (of a number or quantity)
A person with radical opinions.
pertaining to the intrinsic nature of something
historical: early 20th-century France
Ungkapan-ungkapan yang sama di dalam kamus Inggeris Bahasa Melayu. (1)