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Noun
A sound or sounds caused by the reflection of sound waves from a surface back to the listener
“I stood still, listening, and realized it was not an echo but the sound of hooves - a lone rider coming through the gate.”
Noun
A close parallel to an idea, feeling, or event
“The latter term evokes a distant echo to disgust, a moral revulsion that verges on physical recoil.”
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A characteristic that is suggestive of something else
“You can see echoes of Edinburgh step-gabling in the windows, hints of Scots baronial in the reception area and Celtic crosses carved into the ceiling.”
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Burst of sound
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Someone who copies the behaviour or actions of another
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The character and atmosphere of a place
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A tone whose frequency is an integer multiple of another
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sonogram of the heart
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Something that occurs or is done again
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Minor shock
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The physical quality of a space for performing music
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A sudden loud noise of or like an explosion or gunfire
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The repetition of consonants at the beginning of two or more words immediately succeeding each other, or at short intervals
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The resultant occurrence
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A verbal or written answer
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A slight trace or vestige of something
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A prolonged, deep, reverberating sound
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Thinking or behaving that is oppositional to previous or established modes of thought and behavior
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A thing that can be heard
Verb
To continue or be repeated in a series of reflected sound waves
“Our most haunted streets echo nightly to the sound of many ghost tours.”
Verb
To repeat (someone's words or opinions), typically to express agreement
“On Tuesday some other disappointed chairman will echo his words.”
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To imitate the style or behavior of
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Copy the actions of
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To make a low heavy rolling sound
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Look or be like
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To make an exact likeness of
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To correspond to, or to be similar to
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To provoke or bring about
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Say something in response to something someone has said
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To recover from a negative without seemingly any damage
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(of light or an image) To bend back or mirror
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To rebound off something wildly in a seemingly random direction
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Tell someone about something; give an account of an event or experience
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Come close to; approximate
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