Surge

Science / Weather / Surge: The increase in sea water height from the level that would normally occur were there no storm. Although the most dramatic surges are associated with hurricanes, even smaller low pressure systems can cause a slight increase in the sea level if the wind and fetch is just right. It is estimated by subtracting the normal astronomic tide from the observed storm tide.

Other Words for Surge

Surge Verb Synonyms: swell, wave, billow, bulge, heave, roll, undulate, well forth or up, rise and fall, ebb and flow, pulsate, rush, gush, pour, flood, stream, flow
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Surge Protection

Technology / Motors / Surge Protection: A capacitor device usually mounted in the conduit box to flatten the voltage surges that may occur as a result of lighting or a power supply surge (short-period peak). These surges could result in mor MORE

Surgery

Health / Acupuncture / Surgery: The word 'surgery' has multiple meanings. It is the branch of medicine concerned with diseases and conditions which require or are amenable to operative procedures. Surgery is the work done by a surge MORE

Second Stage Surgery

Health / Dentistry / Second Stage Surgery: In relation to die subperiosteal implant, this refers to die reopening of the tissue, placement of the framework which was constructed, after the first stage surgery. For endosteal submerged implants, MORE

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