Definitions for resonateˈrɛz əˌneɪt
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sound with resonance
"The sound resonates well in this theater"
resonate, come across(verb)
be received or understood
To vibrate or sound, especially in response to another vibration.
The books on top of the piano resonate when he plays certain notes.
To have an effect or impact; to influence; to engender support.
His words resonated with the crowd.
Origin: From resonatio, from resonare, present active infinitive of resono.
Resonate is Sonicflood's second studio album, and third release overall. It was released in 2001 and has a very different line-up from their first two albums.
The numerical value of resonate in Chaldean Numerology is: 5
The numerical value of resonate in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
It’s a fourth display, if you will. For some people, that doesn’t exactly resonate.
I figured that if we managed to pull this off our community of climbers would be excited but I never imagined it would resonate with so many.
Yes, I'm stunned, look, we have a message that I believed from day one was going to resonate with the American people. ... Did I think (the issues) would resonate as quickly as they have? The answer is no.
The transfer of Dominic Ongwen to the ICC is a major step for those affected by the LRA's long history of crimes, all eyes will now be on the ICC to deliver fair, meaningful justice that will resonate with the LRA's victims.
It's not dissimilar to what we see with the president of Russia, who uses a minority there, the lesbian, gay, bisexual community ... and he goes after them with great relish because he knows that it's going to resonate with a part of the population.
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