Synonyms of echo
1 reverberationDictionary • He heard nothing but the echoes of his own voice in the cave.
reverberation • He heard the reverberation of the slammed door.
repetition • He wants to avoid repetition of the confusion.
2 copyDictionary • Their cover version is just a pale echo of the real thing.
copy • Always keep a copy of everything in your own files.
reflection • Meg stared at her reflection in the mirror.
reproduction • a reproduction of a religious painting
imitation • the most accurate imitation of Chinese architecture in Europe
duplicate • Enclosed is a duplicate of the invoice we sent you last month.
double • Your mother sees you as her double.
3 reminderDictionary • The accident has echoes of past disasters.
suggestion • that fashionably faint suggestion of a tan
trace • Wash them in cold water to remove all traces of sand.
hint • I'd dropped a hint about having an exhibition of his work.
vestige • She had lost every vestige of her puppy fat.
intimation • I did not have any intimation that he was going to resign.
1 reverberateDictionary • The distant crash of bombs echoes through the whole city.
reverberate • A woman's laughter reverberated in the courtyard.
repeat • I repeated the story to a delighted audience.
resound • The soldiers' boots resounded in the street.
ring • The whole place was ringing with music.
resonate • The bass guitar began to resonate in my head.
2 recallDictionary • Many phrases in the last chapter echo earlier passages.
reflect • The glass appears to reflect light naturally.
copy • We all tend to copy people we admire.
mirror • His own shock was mirrored in her face.
resemble • She so resembles her mother.
reproduce • The effect has proved hard to reproduce.
parrot • Many politicians simply parrot impressive-sounding phrases.
imitate • a precedent which may be imitated by other activists
ape • These films merely ape Hollywood.
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aftereffectany result occurring some time after its cause
• He was suffering from shock as well as from the after-effects of drugs.
apeIf you ape someone's speech or behaviour, you imitate it.
• These films merely ape Hollywood.
consequenceThe consequences of something are the results or effects of it.
• Her lawyers said she understood the consequences of her actions.
Thesaurus for echo from the Collins English Thesaurus
the reflection of sound or other radiation by a reflecting medium, esp a solid object