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  1. wave

    • IPA[wāv]

    美式

    • v.
      move one's hand to and fro in greeting or as a signal;move (one's hand or arm, or something held in one's hand) to and fro
    • n.
      a long body of water curling into an arched form and breaking on the shore;a ridge of water between two depressions in open water
    • noun: wave, plural noun: waves

    • verb: wave, 3rd person present: waves, gerund or present participle: waving, past tense: waved, past participle: waved

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    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. move one's hand to and fro in greeting or as a signal:

      he waved to me from the train

    • 2. move (one's hand or arm, or something held in one's hand) to and fro:

      he waved a sheaf of papers in the air

    • 3. convey (a greeting or other message) by moving one's hand or something held in it to and fro:

      we waved our farewells

      she waved him goodbye

    • 4. instruct (someone) to move in a particular direction by moving one's hand:

      he waved her back

    • 5. move to and fro with a swaying or undulating motion while remaining fixed to one point:

      the flag waved in the wind

    • 6. style (hair) so that it curls slightly:

      her hair had been carefully waved for the evening

    • 7. (of hair) grow with a slight curl:

      she marveled at the blueness of his eyes, how straight his nose was, the way his hair waved

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a long body of water curling into an arched form and breaking on the shore:

      he was swept out to sea by a freak wave

    • 2. a ridge of water between two depressions in open water:

      gulls and cormorants bobbed on the waves

    • 3. a shape seen as comparable to a breaking wave:

      a wave of treetops stretched to the horizon

    • 4. an effect resembling a moving wave produced by successive sections of the crowd in a stadium standing up, raising their arms, lowering them, and sitting down again.
    • 5. the sea.
    • 6. a sudden occurrence of or increase in a specified phenomenon, feeling, or emotion:

      a wave of strikes had effectively paralyzed the government

      horror came over me in waves

    • 7. a gesture or signal made by moving one's hand to and fro:

      he gave a little wave and walked off

    • 8. a slightly curling lock of hair:

      his hair was drying in unruly waves

    • 9. a tendency to curl in a person's hair:

      her hair has a slight natural wave

    • 10. a periodic disturbance of the particles of a substance which may be propagated without net movement of the particles, such as in the passage of undulating motion, heat, or sound.
    • 11. a single curve in the course of a wave.
    • 12. a variation of an electromagnetic field in the propagation of light or other radiation through a medium or vacuum.
    • adj. moving one's hand to and fro in greeting or as a signal:

    • the waving crowds

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    • adj. moving one's hand to and fro in greeting or as a signal:

    • the waving crowds

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    • plural the women's section of the US Naval Reserve, established in 1942, or, since 1948, of the US Navy.

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    • plural the women's section of the US Naval Reserve, established in 1942, or, since 1948, of the US Navy.

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    • n. a new movement or trend, especially in the arts:

    • a new wave was coming in architecture

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    • n. a new movement or trend, especially in the arts:

    • a new wave was coming in architecture

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    • n. a radio wave of a wavelength between about 10 and 100 m (and a frequency of about 3 to 30 MHz):

    • a short-wave transmitter

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    • n. another term for gravitational wave

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    • v.
      move one's hand to and fro in greeting or as a signal:
    • he waved to me from the train
    • n.
      a long body of water curling into an arched form and breaking on the shore:
    • he was swept out to sea by a freak wave

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