the track of waves left by a ship or other object moving through the water: The wake of the boat glowed in the darkness.
the path or course of anything that has passed or preceded: The tornado left ruin in its wake.
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Fig. after something; as a result of some event. (Alludes to a ship's wake.) We had
no place to live in the wake of the fire. In the wake of the storm, there were ...
The fast jet boat left the slower sail boat in its wake
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v. woke (wōk) or waked (wākt), waked or wok·en wak·ing, wakes. v.intr. 1. a. To
cease to sleep; become awake: overslept and woke late. b. To stay awake: Bears
the track of waves left by a ship or other object moving through the water: The
wake of the boat glowed in the darkness. 2. the path or course of anything that
6 days ago ... in the wake of sth definition, meaning, what is in the wake of sth: If something
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