English to Greek Meaning :: resonant

Resonant :
ηχηρός
ηχηρός, αντηχητικόςαντηχών, συνηχών - ηχηρόςηχηρόςσυντονιστικά
 
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Adjective(1) characterized by resonance(2) serving to bring to mind

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(1) I was beginning to warm to this man, I even liked his deep, resonant voice.(2) The stiff and stylised human forms dominate, colluding powerfully with the resonant colours.(3) What you will hear, then, are the natural resonant frequencies of the room articulated by speech.(4) The two distinct sets of highly structured traditions are not simply deeply emotionally resonant ; they carry the force of commandment.(5) And his sparing use of close-ups for maximum emotional impact is both resonant and economical.(6) The use of the wood block and resonant and jingly metals enhances the Oriental flavor of the music.(7) Emotionally honest and socially resonant , it transcends the melodramatic cliches of prison drama to explore the relationship between a mother and daughter and the corrosive nature of the penal system.(8) This all may sound irrelevant to the review, but this setting and the organ's origins do produce a wonderful, rich resonant sound.(9) Stipe's lyrics, meanwhile, are less abstract and more resonant than ever.(10) ÔÇÿPlease be seated,ÔÇÖ she said, in the same deep resonant voice as I had heard in the hallway.(11) The resonant vibration of cantilevers also produced noise.(12) Annoyance flashed through Rosemarie like lightning as a deep, resonant laugh came from above.(13) ÔÇÿHere,ÔÇÖ he said, and his voice was deep and rich, resonant and infinitely caring.(14) A second of time is defined as x oscillations of a cesium atom's resonant frequency, and is commonly measured in atomic clocks.(15) Carotenoids in individual living human lymphocytes gave rise to sufficiently strong resonant Raman scattering that enabled direct Raman imaging of the carotenoid distribution in the cell.(16) The deep resonant sound of the Alp horn and the happy pumping of an accordion followed us out onto the terrace where we stood almost within handshaking distance of that awesome peak.
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Adjective
1. deep ::
βαθύς
3. evocative ::
υποβλητικός
4. redolent ::
ευώδης
Different Forms
resonant, resonantly
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