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wave down

v.
To signal and cause someone or something to stop by waving the hand or arm: I waved down a cab. The stranded motorist waved a police car down.
See also: down, wave
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But don't add too much--you'll weigh the wave down.
She tried to wave down the truck and warn the driver where her motorcycle was.
This process continues in a wave down the length of the tube.
I wave down a truck marked "Department of Natural Resources" but the guys inside are from Indiana.
Emma Holyer, Direct Line's Motor spokesperson, said: "In the panic of breaking down, one in 10 drivers forget to switch on their hazard lights and over 300,000 motorists admitted they would wave down fellow drivers from the side of the road for assistance.
Technicians from the laboratories of cosmetic scientist Sunjata Jolly will install the Epil Pro hair removal machine which sends a sound wave down hair follicles causing the follicle to disintegrate.