resignate vs resonate : Common Errors in English

About resignate vs resonate

When an idea gives you good vibes it resonates with you: “His call for better schools resonates with the voters.” Not resignates—resonates.

resonate Meaning(s)

  • (v) be received or understood
  • (v) sound with resonance

resonate in News

  1. Jamie Samuelsen: Why didn't Grant Hill resonate with Pistons fans?

    If you want to list of the greatest mysteries in the history of Detroit sports, the failure for Hill to resonate remains one of the most mystifying.
    on June 12, 2013 Source: Detroit Free Press

  2. What's Something Worth?

    Here’s part of a quote, which should resonate with every marketer. “Nowadays people know the price of everything.” Hard to argue with that one, what with the Internet and consumer mobile access. Not to mention price-checking apps, but, of course, today you can’t avoid mentioning them. The rest of the quote goes”. . . and the value of nothing.” Oscar Wilde. 123 years ago. Yikes! Talk about being ...
    on June 11, 2013 Source: Forbes

  3. Marketwired Introduces Resonate, a Socially Driven Investor Relations Disclosure Platform

    Resonate's Single Interface Enables Collaborative Content Creation Informed by Social Intelligence and Simultaneous Distribution to Social and Traditional Channels
    on June 10, 2013 Source: Marketwire

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