wave aside

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يُبْعِدُ، يَطْرُد
feje til side
virîa aî vettugi, vísa frá sér
bir kenara itmekkulak asmamak

w>wave aside

vt sep
(lit) personauf die Seite or zur Seite winken
(fig) person, objection, suggestions etcab- or zurückweisen; helpausschlagen, zurückweisen
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(weiv) noun
1. a moving ridge, larger than a ripple, moving on the surface of water. rolling waves; a boat tossing on the waves.
2. a vibration travelling eg through the air. radio waves; sound waves; light waves.
3. a curve or curves in the hair. Are those waves natural?
4. a (usually temporary) rise or increase. the recent crime wave; a wave of violence; The pain came in waves.
5. an act of waving. She recognized me, and gave me a wave.
1. to move backwards and forwards or flutter. The flags waved gently in the breeze.
2. to (cause hair to) curve first one way then the other. She's had her hair waved; Her hair waves naturally.
3. to make a gesture (of greeting etc) with (eg the hand). She waved to me across the street; Everyone was waving handkerchiefs in farewell; They waved goodbye.
ˈwavy adjective
(of hair) full of waves. Her hair is wavy but her sister's hair is straight.
ˈwaviness noun
ˈwave(band) noun
a range of wavelengths on which eg radio signals are broadcast.
ˈwavelength noun
the distance from any given point on one (radio etc) wave to the corresponding point on the next.
wave aside
to dismiss (a suggestion etc) without paying much attention to it.
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References in classic literature ?
"He says so, and he ought to know," was the answer, with a wave aside of the manuscript, accompanied by a look of loathing.
He also said that the character's sword resembles the local sword Kampilan, adding a Filipino touch to Wave aside from her being a Filipina.
The two legal advisors credited on Broadchurch must feel like they're banging their heads against a brick wall after creator Chris Chibnall chose to wave aside the fact that prosecution barristers are appointed by the CPS - not chosen by the victim's family or the local newspaper editor.