Noun(1) an inclined surface connecting two levels(2) North American perennial having a slender bulb and whitish flowers(3) a movable staircase that passengers use to board or leave an aircraft
Verb(1) behave violently, as if in state of a great anger(2) furnish with a ramp(3) be rampant(4) creep up -- used especially of plants(5) stand with arms or forelegs raised, as if menacing
(1) Dad turned the car onto an exit ramp and entered a very nice neighborhood, one that you would see in an expensive part of California.(2) The tree provides structural support for the ramp and platform through the use of a cable, arch, and railing suspension system.(3) My car broke down on the way home, within a hundred yards of an entrance ramp to the interstate.(4) It depicted a Jaguar, facing the exit ramp of the Main Street bridge.(5) As we approached the ramp , the aircraft started to pull to the left.(6) Firefighters used fire hoses to clean the aircraft and the ramp .(7) A gently sloping pathway to a lower garden area works as a wheelchair ramp , but it also makes a great road for Amrita's tricycle.(8) Jaini took a step down the ramp when it fully extended itself.(9) They would also like to see the playground levelled and a ramp installed.(10) And seven people were arrested when they temporarily blocked an exit ramp off Interstate 280 in San Francisco.(11) Mrs Agnes Simms, of Holme Mill Lane, had been trying to get a wheelchair ramp fitted in her garden for the past three years.(12) The exit ramp from the motorway took me down to a set of lights, sadly however it took everyone else down too and a queue of vehicles was waiting to get through the lights.(13) a voltage ramp(14) Michelle rolled my wheelchair up the ramp on the stage, and I got to the microphone.(15) ├ö├ç├┐Lu, keep in touch,├ö├ç├û Andy said over the crowd as he made his way down the ramp .(16) During the phase ramp , fringing field effects smooth the phase profile.