• a crime wave
  • 犯罪の急増
  • ride the waves
  • 波乗りをする
  • wave a child (to come) nearer
  • 子どもに手を振っておいでと合図する
  • wave a knife at ...
  • …に刃物を振り回す
  • A rare wave phenomenon is known as Morning Glory, a roll cloud producing strong lift.
  • Wikipedia: Gliding
  • A similar spiraling wave pattern that tightens over time has been observed by Cassini in Saturns's C and D rings.
  • Wikipedia: Rings of Jupiter
  • A westward-moving tropical wave that left the coast of Africa in early October tracked closely behind Hurricane Joan through the southern Caribbean.
  • Wikipedia: 1988 Atlantic hurricane season
  • After Zobel arrived at the Engineering Department of AT&T he used his mathematical skills to further improve the design of electric wave filters.
  • Wikipedia: Otto Julius Zobel
  • As a result of the low wind shear, convection redeveloped and organized along the wave axis.
  • Wikipedia: Hurricane Nate (2005)
  • Between August 15 and 17, large waves generated while it was at peak intensity came ashore in Hawaii.
  • Wikipedia: Hurricane Guillermo (1997)
  • Damage and deaths include totals while the storm was extratropical or a wave or low, and all of the damage figures are in 1994 USD.
  • Wikipedia: 1994 Atlantic hurricane season
  • Electron gas can undergo plasma oscillation, which is waves caused by synchronized variations in electron density, and these produce energy emissions that can be detected by using radio telescopes.
  • Wikipedia: Electron
  • High waves swept a person to their death in both Rhode Island and Puerto Rico, and another person was blown off a bridge in New York.
  • Wikipedia: 1991 Atlantic hurricane season
  • If gravitational waves are detected, they could be used to obtain information about compact objects such as neutron stars and black holes, and also to probe the state of the early universe fractions of a second after the Big Bang.
  • Wikipedia: Introduction to general relativity
  • If the dimensions of the resonance cavity are also known, these can be used determine the wavelength of the wave.
  • Wikipedia: Speed of light
  • In a classical wave picture, the slowing can be explained by the light inducing electric polarization in the matter, the polarized matter radiating new light, and the new light interfering with the original light wave to form a delayed wave.
  • Wikipedia: Photon
  • In addition, Alfvén waves do not easily dissipate in the corona.
  • Wikipedia: Sun