surge off (of) (someone or something)

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surge off (of) (someone or something)

1. Of a stock or stock market, to increase in price or value as a result of something. The company's stocks have surged off the immense popularity of its most recent product. Markets around the world began surging off of news that the two countries would finally be ending their years-long trade war.
2. To radiate or emanate off of someone or something. Heat surged off of her body as she paused mid-run to catch her breath in the cold mountain air. I could practically feel the anger surging off of the boss as he listened to the woeful figures from the sales department.
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We are talking about modest growth, not a recovery that surges off the charts.
An orange alert for wave surges up to 6 meters was issued for the South China Sea, with slightly smaller surges off Hainan and export powerhouse Guangdong province.
Mrs McIntyre said: "The bus surges off on its own and you cannot stop it, even when you're standing on the brakes."
At half time, with Quinlan's surges off the back of the scrum giving them a real edge Munster were 19-3 ahead.
Costello, on a roll this season after losing the No 8 shirt in Ireland's team to Eric Miller, nudged the selectors yet again with some powerful surges off the back of the scrum.
While dealing with some of the trickiest waters around the UK, the team uncovered valuable information about the tidal surges off the St Davids Peninsula.
Itwas that tactic that producedthe decisive second try fromGethin Jenkins just before the hour mark, with the prop burrowing over from short range following a series of forward surges off aMaama Molitika lineout take, as the visitors capitalised on the yellow carding of Simon Shaw.
It is unclear why the jet stream has shifted to the south but some scientists have suggested a link to a natural phenomenon, La Nina, which occurs when cold water surges off the bottom of the Pacific Ocean near Peru.
Dafydd Jones and Colin Charvis made the initial surges off a scrum, with Sonny Parker carrying up in midfield, before the ball was spun left with Martyn Williams and Duncan Jones showing good hands to put Mark Jones over in the corner.