intransitive verb/verbo intransitivo
- 1.1 (reverberate) [sound/voice/explosion] retumbar, resonar* the hall resounded with the sound of a thousand voices la sala resonaba or retumbaba con ecos de mil vocesMore example sentences
More example sentences1.2 [fame] resonar*; [protest] hacerse* oír
- As her voice resounded throughout the cavern, the weakened walls began to shake and crumbled.
- He hangs up the phone, and the sound of his laughter resounds throughout the parking lot.
- Screaming for somebody, screaming for her parents, her footsteps resounded throughout the marble corridors.
More example sentences
- Empty rooms suddenly resound with the sounds of living and life acquires a whole new meaning.
- The place resounded with the calls of birds as they settled down for the night, even as people walked into the tastefully decorated frontyard.
- The space resounded with the now-soft-now-rising-to-a-crescendo music.
- Nevertheless, his essay provides a clear instance of the rewards both of a poet on writing as such, and as illumination of that poet's poetry: may its song continue and its fame resound.
- The impact, the team contends, resounds today.
- This is not something that under Victorian law resounds at all but it is what one might call a form of reasonable approach or professional practice that follows from the local defamation law.
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