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A plural of radius.
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(Mathematics) a plural of radius
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ra•di•us(ˈreɪ di əs)
n., pl. -di•i (-diˌaɪ)
1. a straight line extending from the center of a circle or sphere to the circumference or surface: The radius of a circle is half the diameter.
2. the length of such a line.
3. any radial or radiating part.
4. a circular area having an extent determined by the length of the radius from a given or specified central point: every house within a radius of 50 miles.
5. a field or range of operation or influence.
6. extent of possible operation, travel, etc., as under a single supply of fuel.
7. the bone of the forearm on the thumb side.
8. a corresponding bone in the forelimb of other vertebrates.
[1590–1600; < Latin: staff, rod, spoke, beam, ray1]
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radiipl de radius
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