ripple

ripple
I ['rɪpl]
nome
1) (in water) increspatura f.; (in corn) ondeggiamento m.; (in hair) ondulazione f.
2) (sound)

a ripple of applause — un leggero applauso

3) (repercussion) ripercussione f., contraccolpo m.
4) (ice cream) gelato m. variegato
II 1. ['rɪpl]
verbo transitivo ondulare [hair]; increspare [water]

to ripple one's muscles — fare guizzare i muscoli

2.
verbo intransitivo
1) [water] incresparsi; (make sound) gorgogliare, mormorare
2) [corn] ondeggiare; [hair] ondularsi; [muscles] guizzare
* * *
['ripl] 1. noun
(a little wave or movement on the surface of water etc: He threw the stone into the pond, and watched the ripples spread across the water.) ondulazione
2. verb
(to (cause to) have ripples: The grass rippled in the wind; The wind rippled the grass.) ondeggiare, far ondeggiare
* * *
ripple (1) /ˈrɪpl/
n.
1 increspatura; piccola onda; (tecn.) ripple
2 mormorio: A ripple went through the audience at the mention of his name, un mormorio ha attraversato il pubblico quando è stato menzionato il suo nome; a ripple of laughter, delle risa sommesse
3 ondata: The news sent a ripple of fear among the population, la notizia ha suscitato un'ondata di preoccupazione presso la popolazione
4 (elettr.) ondulazione
5 (USA) piccola rapida (di un fiume)
6 (fam. USA) tentativo
ripple-cloth, tessuto crespo; crespo □ ripple effect, effetto a catena; effetto domino □ ripple marks, solchi ondulati (sulla sabbia, nel fango, ecc.).
ripple (2) /ˈrɪpl/
n.
(ind. tess.) pettine di ferro; gramola.
(to) ripple (1) /ˈrɪpl/
A v. i.
1 incresparsi; formare piccole onde
2 (del grano, ecc.) ondeggiare (al vento)
3 (di acque) mormorare; gorgogliare
4 (fig.: di suono, risa, ecc.) diffondersi; propagarsi: Laughter rippled through the crowd, delle risate si sono propagate tra la folla
B v. t.
1 increspare, ondulare: A light wind rippled the surface of the lake, un venticello increspava la superficie del lago
2 segnare; rigare.
(to) ripple (2) /ˈrɪpl/
v. t.
(ind. tess.) pettinare; gramolare.
* * *
I ['rɪpl]
nome
1) (in water) increspatura f.; (in corn) ondeggiamento m.; (in hair) ondulazione f.
2) (sound)

a ripple of applause — un leggero applauso

3) (repercussion) ripercussione f., contraccolpo m.
4) (ice cream) gelato m. variegato
II 1. ['rɪpl]
verbo transitivo ondulare [hair]; increspare [water]

to ripple one's muscles — fare guizzare i muscoli

2.
verbo intransitivo
1) [water] incresparsi; (make sound) gorgogliare, mormorare
2) [corn] ondeggiare; [hair] ondularsi; [muscles] guizzare

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