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1 عمومی:: خیزاب‌، موجی‌ بودن‌، فر موی‌ سر، موج‌، فسخ، دست‌ تكان‌ دادن‌

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english

1 general:: wave sb/sth down [ M ] to make a driver stop their vehicle by waving your arms up and down • If a car comes along, wave it down., wave sb off [ M ] to wave to someone as they leave a place in order to say goodbye • We went to the station to wave her off.

Cambridge-Phrasal Verbs

2 general:: noun breaker: A large wave crashed over the ship., noun hand motion: She gave a wave to the crowd. verb signaled: He waved to his wife.

Simple Definitions

3 general::   verb ADV. gently reeds waving gently in the breeze | vigorously | cheerfully, cheerily, happily | frantically, wildly They stood by the side of the road and waved frantically. | vaguely He waved a hand vaguely in the air. | dismissively | about/around, aside, back, on, through She waved cheerfully and he waved back. The guards waved us on. VERB + WAVE turn and/to He turned to wave to his mother. PREP. at We waved at the people on the shore. | to They waved to us as we passed. She waved him to a seat. PHRASES wave (sb) goodbye people waving goodbye to their friends and relatives,   noun on water ADJ. big, enormous, giant, great, huge, mountainous | small, tiny | white-capped, white-crested, white-topped | breaking | tidal Several villages have been destroyed by a huge tidal wave. VERB + WAVE ride Surfers flocked to the beach to ride the waves. WAVE + VERB rise | break, fall We watched the waves breaking on the shore. | lap the gentle sound of waves lapping the sand | crash, roar, smash I could hear the waves crash against the rocks. WAVE + NOUN energy, power PREP. in the ~s children playing in the waves | on the ~s There were seagulls bobbing on the waves. PHRASES the crash/crashing/lap/lapping of the waves, the crest of a wave (often figurative) She is on the crest of a wave at the moment following her Olympic success. movement of energy ADJ. electromagnetic, light, radio, seismic, shock, sound VERB + WAVE emit, generate | deflect WAVE + VERB bounce off sth, travel Sound waves bounce off objects in their path. increase/spread ADJ. big, enormous, huge, massive | fresh, new, next, recent | first, second, etc. the first wave of immigration in the 1950s | crime VERB + WAVE send Hearing the tune again sent waves of longing through her. WAVE + VERB sweep (over) sth, wash over/through sb/sth With the fall of the Bastille in 1789, a wave of euphoria swept over Europe. A wave of relief washed over him as he saw that the children were safe. PREP. ~ of a big wave of refugees hand movement ADJ. quick | cheery, friendly | farewell, parting VERB + WAVE give (sb), return I returned his wave and started to walk towards him. PREP. with a ~ | ~ of He dismissed her thanks with a quick wave of the hand.

Oxford Collocations Dictionary

4 general:: see MAKE WAVES.

American Heritage Idioms

5 general:: wave verbs waves break (= fall onto the land or a boat ) • We could hear the waves breaking on the shore. waves crash (= fall noisily ) • Huge waves crashed down on us. waves lap (= hit something gently ) • the sound of waves lapping against the boat waves pound (= hit something hard ) • The waves pounded the rocks. sink/vanish beneath the waves • The ship sank beneath the waves. ADJECTIVES/NOUN + wave a great wave (= a very large wave ) • The storm sent great waves crashing into the cliffs. a tidal wave (= a very large ocean wave that flows over the land and destroys things ) • The winds and a tidal wave killed 45 people. the ocean waves (= the sea ) • They spent a week on the ocean waves on a cruise ship. wave + NOUN wave energy/power (= electricity from the movement of waves ) • Wave power involves using the movement of the seas to generate electricity. phrases the crest of a wave (= the top of the wave where it begins to fall ) • Surfers rode on the crest of a wave. wave 2 phrases a wave of violence/attacks/bombings • The incident triggered a wave of violence. a wave of panic/relief/sympathy • A wave of relief washed over Harry. a wave of nausea/dizziness/tiredness • Another wave of nausea hit him. NOUN + wave a crime wave (= a sudden increase in crime ) • The city is experiencing a crime wave. a heat wave (= a period of unusually hot weather ) • California is in the middle of a heat wave. verbs a wave hits somebody/something • He was hit by a wave of nausea every time he tried to stand up. a wave engulfs somebody/something (= it affects someone or something very strongly ) • The city was engulfed by a fresh wave of violence. a wave sweeps/washes over somebody (= someone suddenly experiences a feeling or emotion ) • A sudden wave of joy swept over her. adjectives a great wave of something • A great wave of affection for him engulfed her. a new/fresh wave of something • A fresh wave of fighting erupted in the region yesterday.

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