'Dexterous' is an adjective, derived from the word 'dexterity'. It means to be skillful, agile, or precise with the hands, especially in aiming or targeting.
A 'moor' refers to uncultivated land or field, where the habitat is incredibly diverse. A moor may be grasslands, marshes, or any location where the land is undeveloped.
The term "state-of-the-art" refers to any development stage where it is in its most recent or latest update. It may be any product or feature that is incorporated with the newest and currently advanced technology update.
The idiom 'hot off the press' means "brand new, exciting". It came from the act of printing newspapers, where the pressed paper was still literally hot while being delivered to the masses.
RADICAL comes from the late Latin Word 'radix/radic' which means root and later on from late Middle English which means in the senses of forming the root or inherent