Detailed Translations for wave from English to German


to wave verb (waves, waved, waving)

  1. to wave
    winken; mit der Hand grüßen
  2. to wave
    winken; wiegen; schwenken
    • winken verb (winke, winkst, winkt, winkte, winktet, gewinkt)
    • wiegen verb (wiege, wiegst, wiegt, wiegte, wiegtet, gewiegt)
    • schwenken verb (schwenke, schwenkst, schwenkt, schwenkte, schwenktet, geschwenkt)
  3. to wave (flutter; flap; blow; snap)
    wappern; flattern
    • wappern verb
    • flattern verb (flattre, flatterst, flattert, flatterte, flattertet, geflattert)
  4. to wave (undulate; gush; flow)
    strömen; wellenförmig; fließen
    • strömen verb (ströme, strömst, strömt, strömte, strömtet, geströmt)
    • fließen verb (fließe, fließt, floß, floßt, geflossen)

Conjugations for wave:

  1. wave
  2. wave
  3. waves
  4. wave
  5. wave
  6. wave
simple past
  1. waved
  2. waved
  3. waved
  4. waved
  5. waved
  6. waved
present perfect
  1. have waved
  2. have waved
  3. has waved
  4. have waved
  5. have waved
  6. have waved
past continuous
  1. was waving
  2. were waving
  3. was waving
  4. were waving
  5. were waving
  6. were waving
  1. shall wave
  2. will wave
  3. will wave
  4. shall wave
  5. will wave
  6. will wave
continuous present
  1. am waving
  2. are waving
  3. is waving
  4. are waving
  5. are waving
  6. are waving
  1. be waved
  2. be waved
  3. be waved
  4. be waved
  5. be waved
  6. be waved
  1. wave!
  2. let's wave!
  3. waved
  4. waving
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

wave [the ~] noun

  1. the wave (waving; undulation; waves)
    die Welle; die Wellenlinie; die Wogen; die Wellenbewegung

Translation Matrix for wave:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
Welle undulation; wave; waves; waving ash; ashes; axis; cinders; curl of hair
Wellenbewegung undulation; wave; waves; waving
Wellenlinie undulation; wave; waves; waving
Wogen undulation; wave; waves; waving waving
- moving ridge; undulation; wafture; waving
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
flattern blow; flap; flutter; snap; wave alter; change; create; heave; interchange; invent; make; roll; switch; transform; vary; wobble
fließen flow; gush; undulate; wave culminate; end in; flow; gush; heave; lead to; pour; result in; roll; run; stream; wobble
mit der Hand grüßen wave
schwenken wave cradle; dangle; heave; oscillate; rock; roll; shake; sway; swing; swing to and fro; swirl; turn; turn around; veer; whirl; wobble
strömen flow; gush; undulate; wave come down in torrents; flow; gush; pelt; pour; pour with rain; rain cats and dogs; run; stream
wappern blow; flap; flutter; snap; wave
wellenförmig flow; gush; undulate; wave
wiegen wave craddle; heave; librate; lull; roll; sway; weigh; whirl; wobble
winken wave heave; nod; roll; see someone off; wave someone goodbye; wobble
- beckon; brandish; curl; flap; flourish; roll; undulate
OtherRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- billow; wag; waving; whisk
ModifierRelated TranslationsOther Translations
wellenförmig curvilinear

Related Words for "wave":

Synonyms for "wave":

Related Definitions for "wave":

  1. a movement like that of a sudden occurrence or increase in a specified phenomenon1
    • a wave of settlers1
    • troops advancing in waves1
  2. a hairdo that creates undulations in the hair1
  3. the act of signaling by a movement of the hand1
  4. (physics) a movement up and down or back and forth1
  5. one of a series of ridges that moves across the surface of a liquid (especially across a large body of water)1
  6. something that rises rapidly1
    • a wave of emotion swept over him1
    • there was a sudden wave of buying before the market closed1
    • a wave of conservatism in the country led by the hard right1
  7. a persistent and widespread unusual weather condition (especially of unusual temperatures)1
    • a heat wave1
  8. an undulating curve1
  9. set waves in1
    • she asked the hairdresser to wave her hair1
  10. signal with the hands or nod1
    • She waved to her friends1
    • He waved his hand hospitably1
  11. twist or roll into coils or ringlets1
  12. move or swing back and forth1
    • She waved her gun1
  13. move in a wavy pattern or with a rising and falling motion1
    • the waves rolled towards the beach1

Wiktionary Translations for wave:

  1. to move back and forth repeatedly
  2. to wave one’s hand
  3. to have an undulating or wavy form
  4. to produce waves to the hair
  5. to cause to move back and forth repeatedly
  6. to signal with a waving movement
  1. moving disturbance, undulation
  2. moving disturbance in a field
  3. shape which alternatingly curves in opposite directions
  4. sudden unusually large amount of something
  5. sideways movement of the hand
  1. gehoben, poetisch: große und starke Wasserwelle
  2. Physik: Erhebung von Wasser; Woge
  1. (intransitiv) mit einem Körperteil oder einem leichten Gegenstand hin und her schwingen
  2. zur Begrüßung oder zum Abschied mit der Hand in der Luft wedeln

Cross Translation:
wave schlingen; schwingen; agitieren; aufwiegeln; in Wallung bringen; in Aufruhr versetzen; in Unruhe versetzen; aufwühlen agiter — Traductions à trier suivant le sens
wave schlingen; schwingen brandiragiter dans sa main une arme, comme si on se préparer à frapper.
wave Strom flotmasse liquide en mouvement. — usage Il est principalement d’usage au pluriel et il s’emploie quelquefois absolument pour désigner la mer, un fleuve, etc.
wave Gebärde; Handgriff; Geste gesteaction et mouvement du corps et particulièrement des bras et des mains, action et mouvement employés à signifier quelque chose.
wave Welle onde — Eau de..., qui se déplace faisant des rides. (Sens général)
wave undulieren; wallen; wogen onduler — Avoir un mouvement d’ondulation lent, mais sensible.
wave zittern; beben; schlottern; zucken trembler — Être agité de petites et fréquentes secousses. (Sens général)
wave Welle; Woge vague — Masse d’eau agitée
wave flirten; herumflattern; liebeln; tändeln voltigervoler à petites et fréquentes reprises, sans aucune direction déterminée.

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