Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of radio.

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Examples

  • Palmer had spent the last months of the war holed up in the former royal palace, secretly radioing out intelligence reports to Ceylon.

    A Covert Affair

  • Jane kept radioing back that Washington needed to know there was absolutely “no chance of a compromise.”

    A Covert Affair

  • Meanwhile, the cries of the Tunisians could be overheard radioing the French military for help, saying environmentalist divers were in the water trying to cut the nets.

    Environmentalists, tuna fishers battle in the Mediterranean

  • Bill could not resist hailing it on the radio, though radioing was against racing rules except in an emergency.

    Daredevil

  • Despite his wounds, the soldier continued to crawl uphill through the snow, firing on insurgents and radioing the location of enemy positions below.

    Medal of Honor awarded to Green Beret for sacrifice in Afghan fight

  • Bill could not resist hailing it on the radio, though radioing was against racing rules except in an emergency.

    Daredevil

  • Meanwhile, the cries of the Tunisians could be overheard radioing the French military for help, saying environmentalist divers were in the water trying to cut the nets.

    Environmentalists, tuna fishers battle in the Mediterranean

  • Bill could not resist hailing it on the radio, though radioing was against racing rules except in an emergency.

    Daredevil

  • After radioing USS Dwight D. Eisenhower (CVN 69) of the intent to conduct a controlled bailout, an E-2C Hawkeye from the Carrier Airborne Early Warning Squadron (VAW) 121 impacted the water approximately five miles from the ship.

    KIA KIA/BNR

  • Despite his wounds, the soldier continued to crawl uphill through the snow, firing on insurgents and radioing the location of enemy positions below.

    Medal of Honor awarded to Green Beret for sacrifice in Afghan fight

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