background radiation

IPA: bˈækgraʊndreɪdiˈeɪʃʌn

noun

  • ionizing radiation that is naturally present in the environment.

Examples of "background-radiation" in Sentences

  • Australian parents are comfortable with the Internet, barring some background-radiation levels of anxiety, quelled by means of a straightforward dose of supervision and PC filtering software.
  • The underlying rock and the soil in which those poor farmers tried to raise their vegetables were largely basaltic, and basalt had a relatively high background-radiation count ... the bomb was buried two or three meters in rocky soil, and whatever emissions it gave off were lost in background count ...

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