waveverb [ I or T ]uk /weɪv/ us /weɪv/
wave verb [ I or T ] (MOVE HAND)
wave sb away, on, etc.
wave verb [ I or T ] (MOVE REPEATEDLY)
wave verb [ I or T ] (CURL HAIR)
wavenoun [ C ]uk /weɪv/ us /weɪv/
wave noun [ C ] (WATER)
wave noun [ C ] (HAND MOVEMENT)
wave noun [ C ] (BY A CROWD)
wave noun [ C ] (ENERGY)
radio waves 无线电波
wave noun [ C ] (LARGE NUMBER)
a crime wave 犯罪率的激增
a new, second, etc. wave of sth
- The Met Office says that the heat wave will continue for most of the week.
- The vineyard is representative of the new wave of wine producers.
- Wave on wave of refugees has crossed the border to escape the fighting.
- This recent wave of terrorism has ruled out any chance of peace talks.
- A wave of strikes swept the country.