resound


resound
verb
(to sound loudly or for a long time: The audience's cheers resounded through the hall.) resonar
- resoundingly
resound
tr[rɪ'zaʊnd]
intransitive verb
1 resonar
resound [ri'zaʊnd] vi
: retumbar, resonar
resound
v.
hacer sonar v.
repiquetear v.
resonar v.
retumbar v.
rimbombar v.
rɪ'zaʊnd
intransitive verb \<\<sound/voice\>\> retumbar, resonar*

to resound with something — retumbar or resonar* con algo

[rɪ'zaʊnd]
VI [sound] resonar [place]

the valley resounded with shouts — resonaron los gritos por el valle

the house resounded with laughter — resonaron las risas por toda la casa

* * *
[rɪ'zaʊnd]
intransitive verb \<\<sound/voice\>\> retumbar, resonar*

to resound with something — retumbar or resonar* con algo


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