Wave disturbance

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wave disturbance

  1. (Or wave-type disturbance.) The disturbed state of a medium through which any wave form of energy is being propagated.

  2. In synoptic meteorology,
    same as wave cyclone, but usually denoting an early stage in the development of a wave cyclone, or a poorly developed one.



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