Ripple

  • 1 Ripple — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Ripple es un proyecto de software libre que persigue el desarrollo de un sistema de crédito basado en el paradigma de par a par. Cada nodo de Ripple funciona como un sistema de cambio local, de tal manera que todo el …

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  • 2 Ripple — can refer to: * Ripple (charitable organisation) * Ripple effect, the socio educational phenemenon * Ripple (electrical), residual unwanted variations following ac to dc conversion * Ripple (fluid dynamics) for capillary waves * Ripple, Kent, a… …

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  • 3 Ripple — Rip ple, n. 1. The fretting or dimpling of the surface, as of running water; little curling waves. [1913 Webster] 2. A little wave or undulation; a sound such as is made by little waves; as, a ripple of laughter. [1913 Webster] {Ripple grass}.… …

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  • 4 Ripple — Rip ple, v. t. 1. To remove the seeds from (the stalks of flax, etc.), by means of a ripple. [1913 Webster] 2. Hence, to scratch or tear. Holland. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 5 ripple — [n] wave; wrinkle billow, breaker, crest, curl, fold, furrow, line, rippling, rush, surge, swell, tide, undulation, whitecap; concepts 147,436,514 ripple [v] wave coil, curl, flow, fluctuate, flutter, motion, oscillate, palpitate, pulsate, quiver …

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  • 6 ripple — ripple1 [rip′əl] vi. rippled, rippling [prob. < RIP1 + LE, sense 3] 1. a) to form or have little waves or undulating movements on the surface, as water or grass stirred by a breeze b) to flow with such wa …

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  • 7 Ripple — Rip ple, n. [From {Rip}, v.] An implement, with teeth like those of a comb, for removing the seeds and seed vessels from flax, broom corn, etc. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 8 Ripple — Rip ple, v. i. [imp. & p. p. {Rippled}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Rippling}.] [Cf. {Rimple}, {Rumple}.] 1. To become fretted or dimpled on the surface, as water when agitated or running over a rough bottom; to be covered with small waves or undulations,… …

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  • 9 Ripple — Rip ple, v. t. To fret or dimple, as the surface of running water; to cover with small waves or undulations; as, the breeze rippled the lake. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 10 ripple — ► NOUN 1) a small wave or series of waves. 2) a gentle rising and falling sound that spreads through a group of people. 3) a feeling or effect that spreads through someone or something. 4) a type of ice cream with wavy lines of coloured flavoured …

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  • 11 Ripple — [rip′əl] trademark for a brand of cheap wine n. [occas.r ] any cheap wine …

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  • 12 ripple — rip|ple1 [ˈrıpəl] v [Date: 1600 1700; Origin: Probably from rip] 1.) [I and T] to move in small waves, or to make something move in this way ▪ fields of grain rippling in the soft wind ▪ I could see the muscles rippling under his shirt. 2.) [I… …

    Dictionary of contemporary English

  • 13 ripple — I UK [ˈrɪp(ə)l] / US noun [countable] Word forms ripple : singular ripple plural ripples 1) a) a small wave or series of waves on the surface of a liquid Joe threw a stone and watched the ripples spread out across the pond. b) something that… …

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  • 14 ripple — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun ADJECTIVE ▪ little, slight, small, tiny VERB + RIPPLE ▪ cause, set off ▪ The decision caused rippl …

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  • 15 ripple — rip|ple1 [ rıpl ] verb 1. ) intransitive or transitive if a liquid ripples or if something ripples it, it moves gently in small waves: A slight wind rippled the lake s surface. a ) to move like waves, or to make something move like waves: You… …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 16 ripple — 1 verb 1 (I, T) to move in small waves, or to make something move in this way: Arnie s muscles rippled as he carried the huge crates. | Look how the breeze is rippling the long grass. 2 (intransitive always + adv/prep) to pass from one person to… …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 17 ripple — {{11}}ripple (n.) very small wave, 1798, from earlier meaning stretch of shallow, rippling water (1755), from RIPPLE (Cf. ripple) (v.). Meaning ice cream streaked with colored syrup first attested 1939, so called from its appearance. {{12}}ripple …

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  • 18 ripple — 1. n. & v. n. 1 a ruffling of the water s surface, a small wave or series of waves. 2 a gentle lively sound that rises and falls, e.g. of laughter or applause. 3 a wavy appearance in hair, material, etc. 4 Electr. a slight variation in the… …

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  • 19 ripple — I. verb (rippled; rippling) Etymology: perhaps frequentative of 1rip Date: circa 1671 intransitive verb 1. a. to become lightly ruffled or covered with small waves b. to flow in small waves c. to fall in soft undulating folds …

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  • 20 ripple — ripple1 rippleless, adj. ripplingly, adv. /rip euhl/, v., rippled, rippling, n. v.i. 1. (of a liquid surface) to form small waves or undulations, as water agitated by a breeze. 2. to flow with a light rise and fall or ruffling of the surface. 3.… …

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