Noun(1) a small waterfall or series of small waterfalls(2) a succession of stages or operations or processes or units(3) a sudden downpour (as of tears or sparks etc
Verb(1) rush down in big quantities, like a cascade(2) arrange (open windows
(1) This could create an information cascade , and hasten events that might better be left postponed.(2) In our context, a greater number of recent adopters implies that an information cascade is likely to have occurred.(3) One click can trigger a cascade of actions without requiring the user to open new programs or visit other sites.(4) Moving a single molecule initiates a cascade of molecule motions, just as toppling a single domino can cause a large pattern to fall in sequence.(5) At puberty, hypothalamic-pituitary-gonadal axis activity increases, initiating a cascade of physiological events.(6) This decrease in quality will have a cascade effect on discipline within the ranks, degrading combat effectiveness for these units.(7) As a result of the Internet, cascade effects are more common than they have ever been before.(8) There are larger issues that need to be taken care of for a cascade effect to be apparent.(9) a cascade of pink bougainvillea(10) An oxygen sensor is capable of directly detecting oxygen availability and subsequently triggering a signalling cascade .(11) She had the hazel, walnut eyes under thick lashes, shoulder-length dark brunette hair that fell in a cascade of natural curls, and a slightly crooked smile that made guys melt.(12) Placement of the sticker initiates a cascade of activities designed to ensure that pain is managed appropriately.(13) This catabolic state triggers a cascade of events that reduces the protective muscle and fat stores.(14) Once it finds and binds to a target receptor, a ripple-like cascade of events is initiated inside that cell.(15) Of course, the long cascade of heavy hair that hung around her, blue and motionless as the walls, might have something to do with that, too.(16) You sometimes get a cascade effect where Britain is most expensive, then you have the Continent and then you get the United States, where prices are the cheapest.
(1) cascade :: カスケード
1. waterfall ::
2. cataract ::
5. white water ::
6. pour ::
7. gush ::
8. surge ::
9. spill ::
10. stream ::
11. flow ::
12. issue ::
13. spurt ::
Different Formscascade, cascaded, cascades, cascading
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