cascade englannista suomeksi
vesiputous, kaskadi, köngäs
A waterfall or series of small waterfalls.
1785, (w), ''The Garden''
- Now murm'ring soft, now roaring in cascade.
1839, (w), ''Spirit of Poetry|The Spirit of Poetry''
- The silver brook (..) pours the white cascade.
A stream or sequence of a thing or things occurring as if falling like a cascade.
2001, (w), ''The Secret Life of the Brain'', Joseph Henry Press
- ''The rise in serotonin levels sets off a cascade of chemical events''
A pattern typically performed with an odd number of props, where each prop is caught by the opposite hand.
A sequence of absurd short messages posted to a newsgroup by different authors, each one responding to the most recent message and quoting the entire sequence to that point (with ever-increasing indentation).
1993, "e.j.barker", ''Disassociation'' (on Internet newsgroup ''alt.slack'')
- Don't you hate cascades? I hate cascades!
1999, "Anonymous", ''CYBERLIAR SCAVENGER HUNT 1999'' (on Internet newsgroup ''alt.test'')
- Spark a usenet cascade of no less than 300 replies.
2004, "swt", ''ARRR!'' (on Internet newsgroup ''alt.religion.kibology'')
- Anyway. I didn't mean to say that everyone who posts URLs is bad and wrong and should lose their breathing privileges. Just that I was getting weary of look-at-this-link posts, sort of like some people get sick of cascades.
A hairpiece for women consisting of curled locks or a bun attached to a firm base, used to create the illusion of fuller hair.
To fall as a waterfall or series of small waterfalls.
To arrange in a stepped series like a waterfall.
To occur as a causal sequence.
2003, Adam Freeman, Allen Jones, ''Programming .NET Security''
- Child folders inherit the configuration of their parent folder, meaning that configuration settings cascade down through an application's virtual folder hierarchy.
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