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v. re·sound·ed, re·sound·ing, re·sounds
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.
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.
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Adv.1.resoundingly - in a resounding manner; "he then so resoundingly denounced his former friend"
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بصورةٍ باهِرَه
geysilega; algjörlega


[rɪˈzaʊndɪŋlɪ] ADV to defeat sb resoundinglyobtener una victoria resonante sobre algn
Collins Spanish Dictionary - Complete and Unabridged 8th Edition 2005 © William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. 1971, 1988 © HarperCollins Publishers 1992, 1993, 1996, 1997, 2000, 2003, 2005


(= convincingly) defeatvernichtend; to be resoundingly defeatedeine vernichtende Niederlage erleiden; the play was resoundingly successfuldas Stück war ein durchschlagender Erfolg
(= loudly)schallend
Collins German Dictionary – Complete and Unabridged 7th Edition 2005. © William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. 1980 © HarperCollins Publishers 1991, 1997, 1999, 2004, 2005, 2007


[rɪˈzaʊndɪŋlɪ] advclamorosamente
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995


(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
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At the false wall he tore like one possessed to demolish the barrier that confronted him--with giant muscles he forced the opening, thrusting his head and shoulders through the first small hole he made, and carrying the balance of the wall with him, to clatter resoundingly upon the cement floor of the dungeon.
The corner has been mentioned as a wonderful corner for echoes; it had begun to echo so resoundingly to the tread of coming feet, that it seemed as though the very mention of that weary pacing to and fro had set it going.
Jerking free from the arm that was all distasteful compulsion, Joan had slapped Tudor's face resoundingly and with far more vim and weight than when she had cuffed Gogoomy.
The track records of the last two long-term administrations have failed the British public in so many ways that it would be no surprise if the Monster Raving Looney Party were resoundingly successful.
It was Peter Hain and his Government that brought us devolution, making sure of a yes vote by delaying Wales' vote until two weeks after the Scottish one which he knew would be resoundingly in favour.
Well, on the evidence of their immaculate headlining show at Digbeth's Barfly, the answer is resoundingly in the affirmative.
Indeed, I suspect many audience members have direct links with the mining industry as the reaction was resoundingly favourable.
"The ultimate test for any design is the opinion of the people who will work in it and the response from our staff has been resoundingly positive."
The contract, revised from its original form which was resoundingly rejected about this time last year, was accepted in a postal ballot by 60.7 per cent of the 20,814 doctors in England who voted.
And on December 2nd, Swiss voters resoundingly defeated a proposal to abolish its citizen-based armed forces.
He said: "I don't like getting beaten but, to be honest, we could have easily been resoundingly beaten.
The atmosphere is intimate and studious, the scale resoundingly and reassuringly human.