a wave: une vague, une onde
to wave: agiter, brandir, onduler (quelque chose)
Many protesters waved American flags at the demonstration. Beaucoup de manifestants ont agité des drapeaux américains.
to wave (to someone): saluer (quelqu'un) de la main, faire signe (à quelqu'un)
- "I can even hear the sound of the waves crashing against the shore."
- "Bruno : It's about the American flag, how it was still waving even during an intense battle with bombs all around."
- "and wave 'em like you just don't care"
- "I hear the swell is perfect this time of year, and I can't wait to see those California waves again."
- "Delavigne Corp, already considered a maverick in the cosmetics industry, 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've surfed every wave in this building, including the killer break in the first floor toilet."
- "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!"
- "a new wave of Chinese entrepreneurs is now attacking aspects of the marketing ladder, extending their efforts to distribution, retailing and even branding."
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