wave on meaning
- wave sb on • wave on sb to wave your hands to tell someone, especially a driver, to continue moving forwards:
▪ The guard looked at his papers, then waved him on.
▪ Police were waving the other drivers on.
▪ Sergeant Finch rolled down his window and waved on a truck laden with fresh fruit.
- s wave: [Medicine] n : the ...
- t wave: [Medicine] n : the ...
- wave: Noun: wave &n ...
- we can see a water wave on the surface of a pond.
- waves on the mississippi swamped boats and washed others upon the shore.
- the final part of this section deals with the effects of shock waves on the breakup of liquid jets and drops.
- the particle motion is elliptical retrograde in contrast to elliptical direct orbit for surface waves on water.
- velocity field in ship waves on the viscous fluid