rough top of the water when the sea is not calm; rolling movement of the sea when it crashes on the beach
a movement of the hand in waving
of a fixed object, e.g. a hand, flag, branch move regularly to and fro, up and down
move, wield; brandish
express by waving the hand
"a wave of settlers"
"troops advancing in waves"
"a wave of emotion swept over him"
"there was a sudden wave of buying before the market closed"
"a wave of conservatism in the country led by the hard right"
"a heat wave"
"She waved to her friends"
"He waved his hand hospitably"
"She waved her gun"
"The curtains undulated"
"the waves rolled towards the beach"
"curl my hair, please"
"she asked the hairdresser to wave her hair"
White crests of..waves which swung rather than broke against the shore.
出自： V. Brittain
Great waves that raced in from the Atlantic.
出自： N. Calder
She waved her hands in the air to dry the lacquer.
出自： G. Vidal
She waved her stick in greeting.
出自： R. Fuller
Where the corn waves its yellow ears.
红旗迎风飘扬。 wave sth ⇔ about〔round,around〕
Cage stood in front of the door waving her arms around,I couldn't imagine why!
Ade's been waving a notice round—something to do with an increase in pay.
She waved his worries aside.
She waved my protests aside.
You can't just wave aside his suggestion, he has made a good point.
Their criticisms were waved aside.
总统在飞机的舷梯上向人群挥手。 wave sth at sb
She waved her arm at me.
He waved the stick at them.
He came out waving the document at the crowd.
He waved his annoyance at me.
She waved him away impatiently and went on with her work.
He waved away my offer of a cigarette.
The policeman waved the vehicle on.
They wave to us to stay where we were.
析 句中的动词不定式to do it的动作执行者是“him”,而不是“I”。