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re·sound

 (rĭ-zound′)
v. re·sound·ed, re·sound·ing, re·sounds
v.intr.
1. To make a loud, prolonged, or reverberating sound: The judge's gavel resounded in the courtroom. See Synonyms at echo.
2. To be filled with sound; reverberate: The schoolyard resounded with the laughter of children.
3. To be talked about, celebrated, or extolled: news that resounded throughout the nation.
v.tr.
1. To send back (sound).
2. To utter or emit loudly.
3. To celebrate or praise, as in verse or song.

[Alteration (influenced by sound) of Middle English resounen, from Old French resoner, from Latin resonāre : re-, re- + sonāre, to sound; see swen- in Indo-European roots.]

re·sound′ing adj.
re·sound′ing·ly adv.

resound

(rɪˈzaʊnd)
vb (intr)
1. to ring or echo with sound; reverberate: the hall resounded with laughter.
2. to make a prolonged echoing noise: the trumpet resounded.
3. (of sounds) to echo or ring
4. to be widely famous: his achievements resounded throughout India.
[C14: from Old French resoner, from Latin resonāre to sound again]

re•sound

(rɪˈzaʊnd)

v.i.
1. to echo or ring with sound.
2. to make an echoing sound, or sound loudly.
3. to ring or be echoed.
4. to be celebrated or notably important.
v.t.
5. to reecho (a sound).
6. to give forth or utter loudly or resonantly.
7. to proclaim loudly or broadly.
[1350–1400; Middle English resounen < Middle French resoner < Latin resonāre=re- re- + sonāre to sound1]
resonate, resound - Resonate means "to expand, to intensity, or amplify the sound of," whereas resound means "to throw back, repeat the sound of."
See also related terms for intensity.

resound


Past participle: resounded
Gerund: resounding

Imperative
resound
resound
Present
I resound
you resound
he/she/it resounds
we resound
you resound
they resound
Preterite
I resounded
you resounded
he/she/it resounded
we resounded
you resounded
they resounded
Present Continuous
I am resounding
you are resounding
he/she/it is resounding
we are resounding
you are resounding
they are resounding
Present Perfect
I have resounded
you have resounded
he/she/it has resounded
we have resounded
you have resounded
they have resounded
Past Continuous
I was resounding
you were resounding
he/she/it was resounding
we were resounding
you were resounding
they were resounding
Past Perfect
I had resounded
you had resounded
he/she/it had resounded
we had resounded
you had resounded
they had resounded
Future
I will resound
you will resound
he/she/it will resound
we will resound
you will resound
they will resound
Future Perfect
I will have resounded
you will have resounded
he/she/it will have resounded
we will have resounded
you will have resounded
they will have resounded
Future Continuous
I will be resounding
you will be resounding
he/she/it will be resounding
we will be resounding
you will be resounding
they will be resounding
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been resounding
you have been resounding
he/she/it has been resounding
we have been resounding
you have been resounding
they have been resounding
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been resounding
you will have been resounding
he/she/it will have been resounding
we will have been resounding
you will have been resounding
they will have been resounding
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been resounding
you had been resounding
he/she/it had been resounding
we had been resounding
you had been resounding
they had been resounding
Conditional
I would resound
you would resound
he/she/it would resound
we would resound
you would resound
they would resound
Past Conditional
I would have resounded
you would have resounded
he/she/it would have resounded
we would have resounded
you would have resounded
they would have resounded
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.resound - ring or echo with sound; "the hall resounded with laughter"
sound, go - make a certain noise or sound; "She went `Mmmmm'"; "The gun went `bang'"
consonate - sound in sympathy
reecho - repeat or return an echo again or repeatedly; send (an echo) back
reecho - echo repeatedly, echo again and again
bong - ring loudly and deeply; "the big bell bonged"
2.resound - emit a noiseresound - emit a noise        
sizzle - make a sound like frying fat
roar, howl - make a loud noise, as of wind, water, or vehicles; "The wind was howling in the trees"; "The water roared down the chute"
sough, purl - make a murmuring sound; "the water was purling"
claxon, honk - use the horn of a car
hum - make a low continuous sound; "The refrigerator is humming"
crunch, scranch, scraunch, crackle - make a crushing noise; "his shoes were crunching on the gravel"
creak, screak, screech, skreak, squeak, whine - make a high-pitched, screeching noise; "The door creaked when I opened it slowly"; "My car engine makes a whining noise"
racket - make loud and annoying noises
brattle, clack, clatter - make a rattling sound; "clattering dishes"
clitter, stridulate - make a shrill creaking noise by rubbing together special bodily structures; "male insects such as crickets or grasshoppers stridulate"
drown out - make imperceptible; "The noise from the ice machine drowned out the music"
jangle, jingle, jingle-jangle - make a sound typical of metallic objects; "The keys were jingling in his pocket"
scream - make a loud, piercing sound; "Fighter planes are screaming through the skies"
backfire - emit a loud noise as a result of undergoing a backfire; "My old car backfires all the time"
ring out - sound loudly; "a shot rang out"
sound, go - make a certain noise or sound; "She went `Mmmmm'"; "The gun went `bang'"
blare, blast - make a strident sound; "She tended to blast when speaking into a microphone"

resound

verb
1. echo, resonate, reverberate, fill the air, re-echo The soldiers' boots resounded in the street.
2. ring, be filled, vibrate, resonate The whole place resounded with music.

resound

verb
To send back the sound of:
Translations
يُدَوِّي، يُردِّد الصَّوْت
znítzvučet
runge
enduróma, hljóma
labai didelisskardėtiskardžiai
atbalsotiesskanēt
yankılanmak

resound

[rɪˈzaʊnd] VI [sound] → resonar; [place] the valley resounded with shoutsresonaron los gritos por el valle
the house resounded with laughterresonaron las risas por toda la casa

resound

[rɪˈzaʊnd] vi
[voice, sound] → retentir
[room, place] → résonner
to resound with → résonner de
to resound to → résonner de

resound

vi(wider)hallen (with von); my ears were still resounding with the noisemir tönten noch die Ohren von dem Lärm; his name resounded throughout the land (fig)sein Name war in aller Munde

resound

[rɪˈzaʊnd] vi (frm) to resound (with)risonare (di)

resound

(rəˈzaund) verb
to sound loudly or for a long time. The audience's cheers resounded through the hall.
reˈsounding adjective
1. loud. resounding cheers.
2. very great; complete. a resounding victory/success.
reˈsoundingly adverb
References in classic literature ?
Let greater echoes resound as they would, the young mother at the cradle side could always hear those coming.
O Father, gracious was that word which clos'd Thy sovran sentence, that Man should find grace; For which both Heav'n and Earth shall high extoll Thy praises, with th' innumerable sound Of Hymns and sacred Songs, wherewith thy Throne Encompass'd shall resound thee ever blest.
But at the sight of the young man, who detached himself from the wall like a statue walking from its niche, and at the noise of the steps which she heard resound behind her, Mme.
At the same time Monte Cristo's voice seemed to resound in his ear with the words he had heard only two hours before, "Whatever you want, Morrel, come to me; I have great power.
A thick smoke rose, diffusing a potent odor savoring marvelously of brimstone and asafetida, which, however grateful it might be to the olfactory nerves of spirits, nearly strangled poor Wolfert, and produced a fit of coughing and wheezing that made the whole grove resound.
While the chiefs thus revelled in hall, and made the rafters resound with bursts of loyalty and old Scottish songs, chanted in voices cracked and sharpened by the northern blast, their merriment was echoed and prolonged by a mongrel legion of retainers, Canadian voyageurs, half-breeds, Indian hunters, and vagabond hangers-on who feasted sumptuously without on the crumbs that fell from their table, and made the welkin ring with old French ditties, mingled with Indian yelps and yellings.
The whole place, behind the fence, appeared to bristle and resound.
This was Rapunzel, who in her solitude passed her time in letting her sweet voice resound.
I was far from being incurious or uninterested about the building; on the contrary, I often sat in this place wondering how the rooms ranged and whether any echo like a footstep really did resound at times, as the story said, upon the lonely Ghost's Walk.
The Egyptians made their drums and African tambourines resound.
A fearful cry, followed by a violent blow against the door, made the whole staircase resound with the echo.
She thanked Him for a variety of blessings: for the conviction with which the young man spoke; and not least for the prospect that on her daughter's wedding-day the noble cadences, the stately periods, the ancient eloquence of the marriage service would resound over the heads of a distinguished congregation gathered together near the very spot where her father lay quiescent with the other poets of England.