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wave train

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Definition of wave train in English:

noun

A group of waves of equal or similar wavelengths travelling in the same direction.
Example sentences
  • That factor can also be understood in terms of the longer wave train (lower frequencies) created in an earthquake of large magnitude.
  • I suspect that the series of waves in the wave train was smaller at farther shores too, and that there were fewer noticeable waves on African shores than Southeast Asian ones.
  • At first, try the move on the first wave in a wave train because it will have the most distinct shape compared to the chop that comes later.

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