wipes, 3rd person singular present; wiped, past participle; wiping, present participle; wiped, past tense;
Clean or dry (something) by rubbing its surface with a cloth, a piece of paper, or one's hand
Paul wiped his face with a handkerchief
he wiped down the kitchen wall
Remove (dirt or moisture) from something by rubbing its surface with a cloth, a piece of paper, or one's hand
she wiped away a tear
Clean (something) by rubbing it against a surface
the man wiped his hands on his hips
Spread (a liquid) over a surface by rubbing
gently wipe the lotion over the eyelids
Remove or eliminate (something) completely
things have happened to wipe the smile off Kate's face
Erase (data) from a magnetic medium
An act of wiping
A piece of disposable absorbent cloth or paper, esp. one treated with a cleansing agent, for wiping something clean
A cinematographic effect in which an existing picture seems to be wiped out by a new one as the boundary between them moves across the screen
rub with a circular motion; "wipe the blackboard"; "He passed his hands over the soft cloth"
rub: the act of rubbing or wiping; "he gave the hood a quick rub"
In film editing, a wipe is a gradual spatial transition from one image to another. One image is replaced by another with a distinct edge that forms a shape. A simple edge, an expanding circle, or the turning of a page are all examples.
(Wiping (magnetic tape)) Wiping or junking is a colloquial term for action taken by radio and television production and broadcasting companies, in which old audiotapes, videotapes and telerecordings (kinescopes), are erased, reused, or destroyed after several uses. ...
A soft piece of cloth or cloth-like material used for wiping; To move an object over, maintaining contact, with the intention of removing some substance from the surface. (cf. rub); To erase
(WIPED) fine hairline scratches as a result of being rubbed with a dry cloth or other similar abrasive material.
(Wiped) Leather which has had a dye applied by hand to give a mottled, random or high-low effect to the coloration.
(Wiped) the act of one country being completely conquered by another.
(Wipes) Another way to transition from one shot to another is with a wipe. There are an inumerable variety of wipes, usually associated with geometric shapes. In this transition one picture is “wiped” off the screen as the new shot “wipes” on.
(Wipes) The incoming clip gradually replaces the outgoing clip using a pre-defined shape or pattern. Wipes can be created using external photo-editing software (see the Edit tips section of these pages).
(Wipes) Transitions that occur by means of a line passing over the screen in a specific direction.
cloth wipes are squares or rectangles of fabric, usually serged, used to wipe the baby's butt.
(WIPING (THE PLATE)) In all intaglio printing methods the plate is wiped after it has been inked; the white areas of a print will not appear clean unless this is done very thoroughly. ...
(Wiping) "Removing paint from a hit, in order to continue playing without anyone noticing that one has been eliminated. Under major tournament rules, wiping is a 3 for 1 penalty."
(Wiping) The illegal act of wiping off paint so that a player can remain in game play for longer. Only for cheats.
(Wiping) The process of clearing the nozzle plate from excess ink or contamination.
(Wiping) The process of removing ink from the unbitten surface of an intaglio plate, leaving ink only in the lines and areas to be printed. The plate is usually wiped with a ball of muslin or with the hand. top
(Wiping) When you wipe the paint off after you get shot, and don’t call yourself out. If you do this you are a CHEATER.
An optical transition effect in which one image is replaced by another with a boundry edge that moves in a selected pattern across the frame. (Laboratory)
A type of transition that uses a moving edge to replace the current clip to reveal the next clip.
A transition of scenes in a visual production where one image appears to wipe the previous one from the screen.
when a hitter pushes the ball off of the opposing block so it lands out of bounds
A video transition in which the new video physically moves into the frame while displacing the old video.
A transition in which one image is moved off screen to reveal another.
A visual effect created by a special effects generator where one picture replaces another by sliding in from the edge of the screen.