(of a crowd or a natural force) Move suddenly and powerfully forward or upward
the journalists surged forward
Increase suddenly and powerfully, typically during an otherwise stable or quiescent period
shares surged to a record high
(of an emotion or feeling) Affect someone powerfully and suddenly
indignation surged up within her
(of an electric voltage or current) Increase suddenly
(of a rope, chain, or windlass) Slip back with a jerk
A sudden powerful forward or upward movement, esp. by a crowd or by a natural force such as the waves or tide
flooding caused by tidal surges
A sudden large increase, typically a brief one that happens during an otherwise stable or quiescent period
the firm predicted a 20% surge in sales
A major deployment of military forces to reinforce those already in a particular area
A powerful rush of an emotion or feeling
Sophie felt a surge of anger
A sudden marked increase in voltage or current in an electric circuit
billow: rise and move, as in waves or billows; "The army surged forward"
rush: a sudden forceful flow
a sudden or abrupt strong increase; "stimulated a surge of speculation"; "an upsurge of emotion"; "an upsurge in violent crime"
soar: rise rapidly; "the dollar soared against the yen"
billow: a large sea wave
tide: rise or move forward; "surging waves"
Surge (Noriko "Nori" Ashida) is a fictional character, a mutant in the Marvel Universe, one of the student body in the Xavier Institute, and a member of the former New Mutants squad therein. She maintained her powers post M-Day and is the leader of the New X-Men. ...
Glacial surges are short-lived events where a glacier can move up to velocities 100 times faster than normal (300 meters per day), and advance substantially. Surging glaciers are clustered around a few areas. ...
Matthew "Matt" Moore Hardy (born September 23, 1974) is an American professional wrestler. He is currently signed to World Wrestling Entertainment, on the SmackDown brand.
Surge (Southampton University Radio) is a British student radio station broadcast from the University of Southampton. The station was previously known as Radio Glen prior to Christmas 2000.
Surge was a citrus soft drink first introduced in Norway, under the name Urge (1996), by the Coca-Cola Company to compete with Pepsi's Mountain Dew.
In the context of the Iraq War, the surge refers to United States President George W. Bush's 2007 increase in the number of American troops in order to provide security to Baghdad and Al Anbar Province.. By Michael Duffy. Time. Published January 31, 2008. Accessed
The swell or heave of the sea. (FM 55-501); A sudden rush, flood or increase which is transient; A sudden electrical spike or increase of voltage and current; The maximum amplitude of a vehicles' forward/backward oscillation; To rush, flood, or increase suddenly; To accelerate forwards, ...
(SURGES) Mains borne over-voltages lasting more than one cycle. Causes include the switching off or stopping of voltage hungry devices and load switching at substations. ...
(Surging) A pronounced fluctuation in extruder output over a short period of time without a deliberate change in operating conditions.
(Surging) An instability of melt pressure and flow rate in an extruder, which can be detected by a pressure gage at the tip of the screw (or at the die adapter), or by dimensional product variations.
(Surging) Spray equipment problem which results in material not pumping at a steady stream.
Surge is the sudden rise in voltage in a system, usually caused by load disconnect.
A temporary and relatively large increase in the voltage or current in an electric circuit or cable. Also called transient.
Water transported up a beach by breaking waves.
A vessel's transient motion in a fore and aft direction.
A phenomenon in centrifugal compressors where a reduced flow rate results in a flow reversal and unstable operation.
The point at which flow at a given pressure ratio drops below a certain level and the flow becomes unstable. This results in surging boost, where the compressor seems to be "gulping" air. Surge can be quite harmful to the compressor, so is to be avoided at all costs.
a rapid and transient rise in pressure.
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. ...