Tikibu: pronunciation dictionary with use examples

Word: radiating
IPA transcription: [ɹ'eɪdi,eɪtɪŋ]
Pronunciations of radiating
adverb meaning of the word
  • Synonyms: radiating(a)
    Meaning: diverging from a common point
Usage examples
  • The covering acts as a screen, which prevents the heat from radiating to the dew point.
  • "The amount of heat lost by a body is in proportion to the radiating surface of that body.
  • It is a large pocket, of a splendid dead-white, isolated on every side by radiating pillars which keep it motionless in the centre of the tapestry.
  • Their efforts had been confined to low-resistance burners of large radiating surface for their lamps, but he realized the utter futility of such devices.
  • He looked over the big crowd of powerful young men, and, himself a storehouse and radiating center of energy and forcefulness, recognized the same qualities when he saw them.
  • But Billy, stung beyond all endurance, and fairly radiating hurt pride and dogged determination, disdained all assistance, and, with head held high, declared she was getting along very well, very well indeed!
  • "Hence, in the case of incandescent conductors, if the radiating surface be twelve inches and the temperature on each inch be 100, or 1200 for all, if it is so coiled or arranged that there is but one-quarter, or three inches, of radiating surface, then the temperature on each inch will be 400.
  • The United States have no metropolis; the intelligence as well as the power of the country are dispersed abroad, and instead of radiating from a point, they cross each other in every direction; the Americans have established no central control over the expression of opinion, any more than over the conduct of business.
  • Proceeding logically upon these lines of thought and following them out through many ramifications, we have seen how he at length made a filament of carbon of high resistance and small radiating surface, and through a concurrent investigation of the phenomena of high vacua and occluded gases was able to produce a true incandescent lamp.
  • This valuable property, which has been long in practical use, he ascribed to the conducting and radiating power of the wire-gauze, which carried off the heat of the flame, and deprived it of its power. The Chevalier Aldini conceived the idea of applying the same material, in combination with other badly conducting substances, as a protection against fire.
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