Spanish English Dictionary

español - English

ola in English:

1. wave wave


In the United States, a wave means "good bye."
We're in the second week of an unrelenting heat wave.
She designated their table with a wave of the hand.
wave your hands
The LDP rode on the wave of Koizumi's popularity.
What Jansky had observed was the 14.6m wavelength radio wave from the Milky Way's core.
We're suffering from an unbearable heat wave for the second week straight.
Oh, say does that star-spangled banner yet wave o'er the land of the free and the home of the brave?
Quite a few people were killed on the cold wave that hit this area.
History is like Quantum Physics, the observer affects the event observed. Is the Kennedy assasination a particle or a wave?
I waved to/at him from the window but he didn't see me. She waves her hands about/around a lot when she's talking.
The little boy waved to his mother as the school bus pulled away from the curb.
I love the sea in winter when the waves are enormous.
You can go to Hawaii if you want to ride on large waves.
At the border the customs officer just waved us through.

English word "ola"(wave) occurs in sets:

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