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Noun
A sound or sounds caused by the reflection of sound waves from a surface back to the listener
“I thought, perhaps, I had been making the noise and was hearing my own echo bounce off the trees.”
Noun
A close parallel to an idea, feeling, or event
“And in an echo of past events in Britain, thousands of civil servants will be made redundant over the next two years.”
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A characteristic that is suggestive of something else
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“The situation has an echo of Riemann's classical work on gas dynamics.”
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A low droning or rumbling sound
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A loud, deep resounding noise
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Someone (or something) that mimics the behavior, actions or design of another
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An implicit meaning, as opposed to a hidden meaning
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A verbal or written answer
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Something that occurs or is done again
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The physical quality of a space for performing music
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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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The character and atmosphere of a place
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An act or an instance of repeating something said or written
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The visual image formed by an echocardiograph
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That which is heard by one's ears
Verb
To resound or reverberate with (a sound or sounds)
“I know how the sounds echo off the walls of the white cliffs with coyotes chiming in close by.”
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To repeat (someone's words or opinions), typically to express agreement
“His recent remarks echo what he said in October during an interview with Forbes.”
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To be similar to in appearance or structure
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“The interactions between the characters echo the works of Dorothy Dunnett.”
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To simulate, imitate, or make a replica of
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To repeat what was previously said or expressed
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To evoke or call an image or memory to mind
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To make or be an exact copy of
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To respond to something someone has said or written
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To rebound off something wildly in a seemingly random direction
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To tell someone about something that has happened
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(of light or an image) To bend back or mirror
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Come close to
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To speak or say something in unison or at the same time
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