صدى, محاكاة, رجع الصدى, استجابة, نتيجة, أثر, المقلد, المحاكي, الترديدتكرر, كرر, قلد, رجع الصوت
- صدى صوتورددأصداءechoicمرددا
Noun(1) the repetition of a sound resulting from reflection of the sound waves(2) (Greek mythology(3) a reply that repeats what has just been said(4) a reflected television or radio or radar beam(5) a close parallel of a feeling, idea, style, etc.(6) an imitation or repetition
Verb(1) to say again or imitate(2) ring or echo with sound(3) call to mind
(1) And then there's that voice: a lazy, amniotic drift like some ageless, graceful neuter, swathed in a nimbus of echo and reverb.(2) The recorded sound has too much echo for my taste, but I can live with it.(3) This was seen at the time as a morale-boosting exercise designed to show contempt for the enemy and was an echo of a similar mess meeting held in Occupied France during the second world war.(4) Our most haunted streets echo nightly to the sound of many ghost tours.(5) Youth elsewhere in the country also echo these sentiments.(6) When a meteor streaks overhead, the system records a brief ping - the echo of a TV signal bouncing off the meteor's trail.(7) His comments echo the findings of reports into race relations in Bradford published following last summer's riots.(8) One of the first sounds on the album is the toot from a melodica drenched in echo ; now you know why I bothered with the introduction.(9) In a vague echo of '60s counterculture and New Age platitudes, these crusades are likened to the sacred quest for human freedom.(10) From past experience, I know that you can often hear a faint echo of your own voice.(11) The intruders' violent ends echo the combativeness with which Trebor dealt with the world around him.(12) If the server were to echo the download requests, the target machine would enter an endless loop which could tie up its resources and from which the only escape is a re-boot.(13) The problem, as I see it anyway, is that├ö├ç┬¬ well, I'm normally just super keen on albums making liberal use of reverb, echo , or delay.(14) his love for her found an echo in her own feelings(15) She could hear the reverberation of the boom echo throughout the house.(16) And in an echo of events in Britain, 75,000 civil servants will be made redundant over the next two years.
(1) echo chamber :: غرفة الصدى
1. reverberation ::
2. duplicate ::
3. trace ::
4. replication ::
5. reverberate ::
6. repeat ::
7. recall ::
8. resound ::
Different Formsecho, echoed, echoes, echoic, echoing, echos
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