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radio- • comb. form 1. denoting radio waves or broadcasting: radio-controlled radiogram. 2. Physics connected with rays, radiation, or radioactivity: radiogenic radiograph. ∎  denoting artificially prepared radioisotopes of elements: radio-cobalt. 3. Anat. belonging to the radius in conjunction with some other part: radio-carpal.

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radio- used as comb. form of RADIUS (cf. RAY1) (i)anat., as radio-carpal pert. to radius and carpus, (ii)pert. to X-rays and other forms of radiation, as radioactive, radiotelegraphy, radiology XIX.

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radio- combining form denoting
1. radiation.

2. radioactive substances.

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