radical, fundamental, básico, essencial, primário, basilarradical, base, princípio fundamental
Noun(1) (chemistry(2) an atom or group of atoms with at least one unpaired electron; in the body it is usually an oxygen molecule that has lost an electron and will stabilize itself by stealing an electron from a nearby molecule(3) a person who has radical ideas or opinions(4) (mathematics(5) a character conveying the lexical meaning of a logogram(6) (linguistics
Adjective(1) (used of opinions and actions(2) markedly new or introducing radical change(3) arising from or going to the root or source(4) of or relating to or constituting a linguistic root(5) especially of leaves; located at the base of a plant or stem; especially arising directly from the root or rootstock or a root-like stem
(1) The radical injustice of early capitalism gave birth to the overcompensation of totalitarian communism.(2) I still remember the confusion I felt the day that a female member of the Dartmouth SDS told me that the only campus radical I considered cool was a male chauvinist.(3) For these women the recommended treatment is often modified radical mastectomy.(4) We want to make a radical difference to the prospects and perception of the town.(5) Thailand combined the introduction of universal access to subsidised health care with a radical shift in funding away from urban hospitals to primary care.(6) The superoxide anion radical is capable of causing as much cellular damage as singlet oxygen.(7) Iceland displays some radical cultural differences with its temporary American inhabitants.(8) We will need a fresh and radical approach capable of reaching millions, not thousands, of voters.(9) In addition, radical students espousing forms of Marxism, some combined with religious political rhetoric, joined the disaffected.(10) Given the extent to which it is taken for granted today, it can be difficult to fully appreciate the truly innovative and radical approach Frege took to logic.(11) So we can have all sorts of radical parties in politics making change there.(12) The reason for this kind of fear-mongering is obvious: it's a way to gin up support for radical reforms.(13) Miller was neither a social radical nor a pioneer of scientific thought.(14) The Left Bloc began by bringing together people from different traditions of the radical left in Portugal.(15) Last week, one simple health message dominated the US media: radical prostate surgery for prostate cancer saves lives.(16) Here we would like to entertain the more radical idea that the underlying laws governing those individual phenomena are themselves of statistical origin.
(1) free radical :: radicais livres
(2) radical change :: mudança radical
(3) radical changes :: Mudanças radicais
(4) radical sign :: sinal radical
(5) alkyl radical :: radical alquilo
(6) radical expression :: expressão radical
1. thoroughgoing ::
2. fundamental ::
3. revolutionary ::
4. ultra ::
5. basal ::
6. revolutionary ::
7. stem ::
8. group ::
9. free radical ::
radical, radicalism, radicalization, radicalize, radicalizes, radically, radicals
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Here's a RADICAL thought.
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to RADICAL doubt so that he
could build a bedrock belief
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