Translation of resonant in Spanish:

resonant

Pronunciation: /ˈreznənt; ˈrezənənt/

adj

  • [voice/drum] resonante, retumbante; [room/chamber] resonante the house was resonant with the sound of laughter la casa retumbaba or resonaba con ecos de risas
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    • But their presence is signalled by an unmistakable call similar to bellowing of a bull with a deep, resonant boom that carries up to a mile.
    • So the resonant sound is dubbed an auspicious sound.
    • Large, ungainly and hanging onto my thick specs, I'd leap over a vault with my free hand, landing with a resonant thud on the other side, and I loved it.
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    • Selective resonance at these eigentone frequencies will inevitably colour the sound, especially in small rectangular rooms where the resonant frequencies are high enough to fall within the musical range.
    • Then, if you take the lid off the piano to boost it, sometimes the room becomes too resonant and the sound goes all over the place.
    • Move around while listening and the hum changes to a low, soothing throb or at particularly resonant points in the room, vibrates your skull rather unpleasantly.

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