Traducción & Definición
a wave: una ola, una onda; un ademán, un saludo
to wave: agitar, mover, enarbolar (algo)
Many protesters waved flags at the demonstration. Muchos manifestantes enarbolaban banderas.
to wave (to someone): saludar (a alguien) con la mano, hacer(le) un ademán (a alguien)
- "Bruno : It's about the American flag, how it was still waving even during an intense battle with bombs all around."
- "Edward : They can wave to a friend or hold power tools."
- "Lou : Mate, if you come with me, we'll surf the biggest waves in the galaxy!"
- "I can even hear the sound of the waves crashing against the shore."
- "Delavigne Corp, already considered a maverick in the cosmetics industry for its staunch refusal to use animals in the testing of its products, hopes to promote ecological awareness among customers as well as take advantage of a new wave of environmental consciousness brought to national attention by the recent bestseller "Global Warming: It's all your fault"."
- "I hear the swell is perfect this time of year, and I can't wait to see those California waves again."
- "a new wave of Chinese entrepreneurs is now attacking aspects of the marketing ladder, extending their efforts to distribution, retailing and even branding."
- "and wave 'em like you just don't care"
- "I've surfed every wave in this building, including the killer break in the first floor toilet."
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