French translation of 'reverberate'
1. [sound] retentir ⧫ se répercuter
2. [light] se réverbérer
to reverberate with sth [laughter, applause, cries] retentir de qch
4. [news, repercussions, controversy, effects] se propager
The news of his death reverberated around the world. La nouvelle de sa mort s’est propagée dans le monde entier.
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In Christopher's absence, the silence in the front hall seemed to reverberate.FAMILY BLESSINGS (2002)
The name seemed to reverberate across the years, unearthing a lot of old feelings.BETTER THAN THIS (2002)
The notes of the church clock continued to reverberate through Flintdown, echoing, measured, relentless.IN LOVE AND WAR (2002)
He waited there while the cathedral began to reverberate with a lovely, godly music.THE BROKEN GOD (2002)
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British English: reverberate VERB
When a loud sound reverberates through a place, it echoes through it.
The sound of the fireworks reverberated through the little town.
Translation of reverberate from the Collins English to French Dictionary