Wipe

Wipe means to clean a surface by rubbing something on it, but it`s used in other contexts: ...
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Wipe

Wipe is slang for to kill, to destroy.
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Wipe

Wipe is slang for to kill, to destroy.
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wipe

[v] - rub with a wiping motion
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Wipe

Wipe noun [ Confer Swedish vipa , Danish vibe , the lapwing.] (Zoology) The lapwing. [ Prov. Eng.]
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Wipe

Wipe transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Wiped ; present participle & verbal noun Wiping .] [ Middle English vipen , Anglo-Saxon wīpian ; confer LG. wiep a wisp of straw, Swedish vepa to wrap
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Wipe

Wipe noun 1. Act of rubbing, esp. in order to clean. 2. A blow; a stroke; a hit; a swipe. [ Low] 3. A gibe; a jeer; a severe sarcasm. Swift. 4. A handkerchief. [ Thieves' Cant or Slang] 5. Stain; brand. [ Obsolete] 'Slavish wipe .' Shak.
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wipe

<zoology> The lapwing. ... Origin: Cf. Sw. Vipa, Dan. Vibe, the lapwing. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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Wipe

• (n.) The lapwing. • (n.) Act of rubbing, esp. in order to clean. • (n.) A blow; a stroke; a hit; a swipe. • (n.) A handkerchief. • (v. t.) To rub with something soft for cleaning; to clean or dry by rubbing; as, to wipe the hands or face with a towel. • (n.) A gibe; a jeer; a severe sarcasm. • (v. t.) To remove
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wipe

(from the article `motion picture`) ...and fade in, the screen being left dark for a moment. Or it may dissolve, or mix, to a new scene, one image showing on top of the other for a ... ...line scans of the first camera, an area of the desired size and shape. The timing may be shifted during the performance and the area changed ... [2...
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Wipe

A transition of scenes in a visual production where one image appears to wipe the previous one from the screen.
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Wipe

[transition] A wipe is a type of film transition where one shot replaces another by travelling from one side of the frame to another or with a special shape. If the wipe proceeds from two opposite edges of the screen toward the center or vice versa, it is known as a barn door wipe (named for its similarity to a pair of doors opening or clos
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Wipe

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)
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wipe

Visible on screen as a bar travelling across the frame pushing one shot off and pulling the next shot into place. Rarely used in contemporary film, but common in films from the 1930s and 1940s.
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wipe

a method of replacing one television picture by another, in which the boundary between the pictures is caused to move progressively
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Wipe

Consists of an effect in which one scene is replaced by another. The transition takes place through an effectual `easing` of a new scene onto the screen as if the new images were wiping the screen clear of the former image(s). It can be accomplished through a horizontal, vertical, diagonal or geometric pattern to the edge of the line of transition.
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Wipe

A special effect used as a transition device between scenes, in which a line moves across the screen
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Wipe

In editing, a transition that wipes from one image to another.
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Wipe

Total death
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