- v give spiritual insight to; in religion
- v cast rays of light upon
- v expose to radiation
- So did this: detonated in lower Manhattan, a 10-kiloton bomb would kill some 100,000 civilians and irradiate 700,000 more, flattening everything in a half-mile diameter.
- The scanners irradiate the cargo, and NucSafe's sensors read the "signature" that is sent back.
- Scarcely had he settled to his task when his doctor friend begged him to come and irradiate his sister, who was dying of septicemia.
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- Vice officers arrest 11
As part of the City of San Bernardino’s effort to irradiate prostitution and the human trafficking issues associated with it, the San Bernardino Police Department’s Vice/Narcotics Unit conducted an undercover operation resulting in several arrests.
Feb. 24, 2014 - Highland Community News