副词:resoundingly 形容词:resounding 动词过去式:resounded 过去分词:resounded 现在分词:resounding 第三人称单数:resounds
1 [I, Ipr]
(a) ~ (through/throughout sth) (of a sound, voice, etc) fill a place with sound; produce echoes （指声音等）回荡于某处, 产生回响
*The organ resounded (through the church). 风琴的声音（在教堂里）回荡着.
(b) ~ (with sth) (of a place) be filled with sound; echo （指某处）回荡着声音, 回响
*The hall resounded with applause. 大厅里回荡着掌声.
2 [Ipr] ~ (throughout sth) (fig 比喻) (of fame, an event, etc) be much talked of; spread far and wide （指名声、事件等）被广为传颂, 广泛传播
*Her name resounded throughout Europe. 她名扬全欧洲. Cf 参看 reverberate.
1300-1400; Language: Old French;Origin:
resoner, from Latin
resonare, from sonare 'to sound'
if a place resounds with a sound, it is full of that soundresound with The stadium resounded with cheers.resound to By now, the whole room was resounding to the sound of the team's chants.
if a sound such as a musical note resounds, it continues loudly and clearly for quite a long time
→resonateresound through/around etc a horn resounding through the forestformal
to be mentioned or talked about a lot The war still resounds in the country's folklore.