Noun(1) a sudden forceful flow(2) a sudden or abrupt strong increase(3) a large sea wave
Verb(1) rise and move, as in waves or billows(2) rise rapidly(3) rise or move forward(4) rise or heave upward under the influence of a natural force such as a wave(5) see one's performance improve
(1) The result has been a surge of interest in properties within this price bracket.(2) This weapon generates a very short, intense energy pulse producing a transient surge of thousands of volts that kills semiconductor devices.(3) A seawall at Herrington was broached by the surge , destroying large sections of docks.(4) Electronic failures are most common after a power surge or due to some other electric problem, and the most common type is control board failure.(5) It naturally caused a sensation and there was a temporary surge of interest.(6) he felt a surge of pain(7) This caused a surge forward, and small groups of protesters began pushing up against the police riot shields.(8) The beeping quickened as he watched the electrical current surge higher and higher with a sigh.(9) The surge forward as the car rockets away down the road is a serious g-force event.(10) Most important, the turn for the better in the job market over the past year has supplied the household sector with a growth surge in income from wages and salaries.(11) He warned that unless supply continued to meet demand, prices would surge once again.(12) If there is an unexpected surge , the ground wire will siphon the electricity down before it reaches the part of the line that's getting repaired.(13) About an hour ago I felt a surge of emotion encompassing me.(14) He continued to look at the car and then a surge of emotion ran over his face: anger.(15) Hiding her face behind her shoulder-length black hair, she fought for control as a powerful surge of emotions swept through her.(16) The result is a surge of extra electric current into power systems and every other sort of cable.
(1) power surge :: krag oplewing
1. gush ::
2. increase ::
3. rush ::
4. swell ::
5. upsurge ::
6. billow ::
7. gush ::
8. increase ::
9. swell ::
10. tide ::
11. scend ::
12. heave ::
13. soar up ::
Different Formssurge, surged, surges, surging
English to Afrikaans Dictionary: surge
Meaning and definitions of surge, translation in Afrikaans language for surge with similar and opposite words. Also find spoken pronunciation of surge in Afrikaans and in English language.
Tags for the entry "surge"
What surge means in Afrikaans, surge meaning in Afrikaans, surge definition, examples and pronunciation of surge in Afrikaans language.