cascade

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cascade
  • noun
    A small waterfall, typically one of several that fall in stages down a steep rocky slope.
    A process whereby something, typically information or knowledge, is successively passed on. (the greater the number of people who are well briefed, the wider the cascade effect)
    verb
    (of water) pour downward rapidly and in large quantities. (water was cascading down the stairs)
    Arrange (a number of devices or objects) in a series or sequence.

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