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resounding

Pronunciation: /rɪˈzaʊndɪŋ/

Translation of resounding in Spanish:

adjective/adjetivo

(before noun/delante del nombre)
  • 1.1 (reverberating) [voice/explosion] retumbante, resonante
    Example sentences
    • The loud, resounding sound unnerved the monkeys and they bolted from the scene.
    • Nicole's alarm clock went off that morning with a resounding buzz that seemed louder than usual.
    • They were thrown off balance as they hit the floor with a loud resounding thud.
    1.2 (unequivocal) [success/failure/victory] rotundo a resounding no/yes un no/sí rotundo
    Example sentences
    • The walk which took place on Sunday April 27th was a resounding success and raised a total of €2,314.
    • Overall, the night proved to be a resounding success and proved a memorable way to mark the students' outstanding effort and achievement throughout the school year.
    • The English boy wonder's first game of the tour was a resounding success, and was all the more remarkable for the fact that he has not played for six weeks.

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