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redound Saltos de línea: re|dound
Pronunciación: /rɪˈdaʊnd/

Definición de redound en inglés:

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[no object]
1 (redound to) formal Contribute greatly to (a person’s credit or honour): his latest diplomatic effort will redound to his credit
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Whether these efforts will redound to the benefit of taxpayers, will only be known come Budget Day 2004.
  • I heard one caller to a radio show suggest that this might redound to our benefit, since all they understand in that region is strength.
  • I assure you that it will redound to the social, academic and financial well-being of us all.
Sinónimos
contribute to, be conducive to, result in, lead to, effect;
have an effect on, affect
formal conduce to
2 (redound upon) archaic Come back upon; rebound on: may his sin redound upon his head!
[Probably by association with rebound1]
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • But journalists who hurl the most appalling abuse at officials of the government are not well placed to act pious when that abuse redounds upon their sources.
Sinónimos
rebound on, have an adverse effect on, come back on, recoil on;
misfire, backfire

Origen

Late Middle English (in the sense 'surge up, overflow'): from Old French redonder, from Latin redundare 'surge', from re(d)- 'again' + unda 'a wave'.

Palabras que riman con redound

abound, aground, around, astound, bound, compound, confound, dumbfound, expound, found, ground, hound, impound, interwound, mound, pound, profound, propound, round, sound, stoneground, surround, theatre-in-the-round (US theater-in-the-round), underground, wound

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