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irradiate (verb), irradiates; irradiated; irradiating
1. To expose someone to or to treat something with radiation or streams of particles.
2. To treat food with electromagnetic radiation or to kill microorganisms and slow down the process of ripening and gradual deterioration or rotting.
3. To make something brighter by shining light onto it.
4. To make something intellectually clear.
5. Etymology: "to cast beams of light upon"; from Latin irradiatus, irradiare, "to shine forth"; from in-, "into, in" + radiare, "to shine".
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