reverb

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re·verb

 (rĭ-vûrb′) Informal
n. (also rē′vûrb′)
1. A reverberative effect produced in recorded music by electronic means.
2. A device used for producing this effect.
intr. & tr.v. re·verbed, re·verb·ing, re·verbs
To reverberate or cause to reverberate.

reverb

(ˈriːvɜːb)
n
(Electronics) an electronic device that creates artificial acoustics

re•verb

(rɪˈvɜrb; n. also ˈriˌvɜrb)
v.i., v.t.
1. to reverberate.
n.
2. reverberation.
3. an electronic device for producing a reverberating sound.
Translations

reverb

[ˈriːvɜːb, rɪˈvɜːb] Nreverberación f

reverb

[ˈriːvɜːrb] nréverbe f

reverb

n (= shaking effect)Hall m; (= echoing effect)Echo nt
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