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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 repeat what was previously said or expressed
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To imitate the style or behavior of
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Copy the actions of
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Look or be like
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To make a duplicate or exact copy of
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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 say again
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To repeat something that has already been said
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Say something in response to something someone has said
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To rebound off something wildly in a seemingly random direction
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(of light or an image) To bend back or mirror
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Tell someone about something
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Come close to
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To speak or say something in unison or at the same time
Noun
Plural for 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.”
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Plural for 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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Plural for a characteristic that is suggestive of something else
“The situation has an echo of Riemann's classical work on gas dynamics.”
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Plural for a loud, deep resounding noise
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Plural for someone who mimics the behaviour or actions of another
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Plural for an implicit meaning, as opposed to a hidden meaning
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Plural for something that occurs or is done again
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Plural for the repetition of consonants at the beginning of two or more words immediately succeeding each other, or at short intervals
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Plural for the resultant occurrence
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Plural for a verbal or written answer
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Plural for a slight trace or vestige of something
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Plural for the character and atmosphere of a place
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Plural for the visual image formed by an echocardiograph
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Plural for a thing that can be heard
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