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ripple

noun uk   /ˈrɪp.l̩/ us  
[C] a small wave on the surface of water: The stone she threw caused ripples to spread across the lake. [C] a sound or feeling that spreads through a person or group of people, gradually increasing and then becoming smaller: A ripple of laughter/applause, etc. ran through the crowd. A ripple of excitement/unease, etc. flowed up her spine. News of the war hardly caused a ripple (= people showed little interest). [U] plain ice cream with thin lines of other flavours in it: raspberry ripple

ripple

verb [I or T] uk   /ˈrɪp.l̩/ us  
to (cause to) move in small waves: The breeze rippled the water. His muscles rippled under his skin.
Traducciones de “ripple”
en coreano 잔물결…
en árabe تَمَوّج…
en francés ondulation…
en turco küçük dalgalar oluşmak/oluşturmak, hafifçe dalgalan(dır)mak…
en italiano increspatura…
en chino (tradicionál) 漣漪, 微波, 細浪…
en ruso покрывать(ся) рябью…
en polaco marszczyć (się), falować…
en español ondulación…
en portugués onda…
en alemán die Kräuselung, kleine Welle…
en catalán ona, ondulació…
en japonés さざ波, 波紋…
en chino (simplificado) 涟漪, 微波, 细浪…
(Definition of ripple from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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