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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishresonateres‧o‧nate /ˈrezəneɪt/ verb [intransitive]  1 if something such as an event or a message resonates, it seems important or good to people, or continues to do thisresonate with an idea that resonates with many voters2 Cto make a deep loud clear sound that continues for a long timeresound The music resonated through the streets.3 Cto make a sound that is produced as a reaction to another sound resonate with something→ See Verb table
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resonateIn Hawaii, a large gourd is worn like a mask, inside which the voice resonates.Similar forms resonate and reinforce each other.Martin Luther King Jr.'s name resonates in the heart of every American.In fact, such sounds may be picked up in their whiskers, resonating like guitar strings, rather than by their ears.People walked through various caves whistling and mapped where the sounds resonated most powerfully.But it resonates politically, putting Dole squarely on the side of innocent folk unfairly wronged.Her deep cough resonates through mucus-filled lungs.The rumble of the taiko drum resonated through the air.The sounds of Beethoven's 5th Symphony resonated through the house.Bob Dole has a message that will resonate with those voters.The anti-illegal immigration Proposition 187 resonated with voters two years ago.