exhibiting or caused by radioactivity
"radioactive isotope"; "radioactive decay"; "radioactive fallout"
(Physics) of, exhibiting, or caused by radioactivity.
Etymology: [Radio- + active.]
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The numerical value of radioactive in Chaldean Numerology is: 8
The numerical value of radioactive in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8
We aren't seeing a real change yet for movies by and for adult women, but we are seeing special movies that are making such an enormous impact that I think is going to be radioactive.
Until it is capped, it is going to continue to spew radioactive instability and extremist ideology over the entire region, any strategy to stabilize the region thus needs to take into account the challenges in both Iraq and Syria. It is not sufficient to say that we'll figure them out later.
As an Interests Section, we were kind of radioactive for Cubans, this is a signal to Cuba and all Cubans that even if we don't have a normal relationship, we have a formal relationship.
While inspectors would likely be able to detect radioactive isotopes at a site after 24 days, that delay would enable Iran to escape detection of any illicit building and improving of possible military dimensions( PMD) - the tools that go into building a bomb but don't emit radioactivity.
After a preliminary examination we realized we were talking about Uranium-238, an extremely dangerous radioactive substance used to make 'dirty' nuclear bombs.
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- إشعاعي النشاطArabic
- radioactiuCatalan, Valencian
- rèidio-beòScottish Gaelic
- ռադիոակտիվ, ճառագայթաակտիվArmenian
- radioativo, radioactivoPortuguese
- radioactiv, radioactivăRomanian
- радиоактивни, radioaktivniSerbo-Croatian
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