A sudden rush, flood or increase which is transient. (noun)
The maximum amplitude of a vehicles' forward/backward oscillation (noun)
A sudden electrical spike or increase of voltage and current. (noun)
The swell or heave of the sea. (FM 55-501). (noun)
To rush, flood, or increase suddenly. (verb)
To accelerate forwards, particularly suddenly. (verb)
To slack off a line. (verb)
Examples of word surge
UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE ANCHOR: I hate to use the term surge, but did you see a surge in people after you ...
GATES: The term surge has been used in relation to increasing U.S. troop levels, and an increase certainly will take place.
The term surge has been used in relation to increasing U.S. troop levels and an increase certainly will take place.
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