Definition of “undulate” - English Dictionary

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“undulate” in British English

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undulateverb [ I ]

/ˈʌn.djʊ.leɪt/

to have a continuous up and down shape or movement, like waves on the sea:

The road undulates for five miles before a steep climb.
the undulating countryside

(Definition of “undulate” from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)