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reverberate

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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reverberatere‧ver‧be‧rate /rɪˈvɜːbəreɪt $ -ɜːr-/ verb [intransitive]  1 CSOUNDif a loud sound reverberates, it is heard many times as it is sent back from different surfaces syn echoreverberate through/around etc The bang reverberated through the house.2 if a room, building etc reverberates, it seems to shake because of a loud soundreverberate with The room reverberated with laughter.3 EFFECT/INFLUENCEif an event, action, or idea reverberates, it has a strong effect over a wide area and for a long timereverberate through/around etc The events of 9/11 will reverberate through history.
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reverberateThe sound of the blast reverberated around the world for nine days.Whatever censorship takes place in libraries, even of seemingly innocuous indecent material, can reverberate elsewhere.The passageway outside was still reverberating from the crash when he started in on the door of the next apartment.News of his resignation continues to reverberate in the media.It sheared through bone and muscle alike, the strident snapping of the femur reverberating inside the room.Sonar behaves differently because sounds reverberate off the sea floor.The sound of a train passing reverberated through the house.The slightest movement caused them to twang and reverberate through the silent apartment.The first meeting between these strangers could easily produce a shock that reverberated throughout the marriage.At four o'clock the school bell goes, and the whole school reverberates with the sound of running feet and slamming doors.reverberate through/around etcDecisions there reverberated around the globe with a force unmatched anywhere else.As the roars of approval reverberated around the ground he grinned an uncomfortable grin, almost one of embarrassment.The noise seemed to reverberate around the ship.The slightest movement caused them to twang and reverberate through the silent apartment.The chimes reverberated through the silent building.The loss of Earnhardt will reverberate around the track for ever; stock car racing just won't be the same.The sound of the blast reverberated around the world for nine days.And its impact is set to reverberate around theatreland for some time to come.reverberate through/around etcDecisions there reverberated around the globe with a force unmatched anywhere else.As the roars of approval reverberated around the ground he grinned an uncomfortable grin, almost one of embarrassment.The noise seemed to reverberate around the ship.The slightest movement caused them to twang and reverberate through the silent apartment.The chimes reverberated through the silent building.The loss of Earnhardt will reverberate around the track for ever; stock car racing just won't be the same.The sound of the blast reverberated around the world for nine days.And its impact is set to reverberate around theatreland for some time to come.
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Verb table
reverberate
Simple Form
Present
theyreverberate
itreverberates
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Past
it, theyreverberated
Present perfect
theyhave reverberated
ithas reverberated
Past perfect
it, theyhad reverberated
Future
it, theywill reverberate
Future perfect
it, theywill have reverberated
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Continuous Form
Present
theyare reverberating
itis reverberating
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Past
theywere reverberating
itwas reverberating
Present perfect
theyhave been reverberating
ithas been reverberating
Past perfect
it, theyhad been reverberating
Future
it, theywill be reverberating
Future perfect
it, theywill have been reverberating
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