Complete Definition of "reverberate"

English

Etymology
From L. verbero, to beat.

Intransitive verb
en-verb|reverberat|ing

  1. to ring with many echos
  2. to have a lasting effect
  3. to repeatedly return
  4. to rebound or recoil

Trivia
Reverberated and reverberates tie for the longest words (at 12 letters) that are traditionally typed purely with the left hand on a QWERTY keyboard. It is tied with other 12-letter, left-hand-only words such as desegregated, desegregates, and stewardesses.

Related terms
reverberation

Translations
Spanish: reverberar

et:reverberate
fa:reverberate
io:reverberate
te:reverberate
vi:reverberate
zh:reverberate

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