echo : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • n  the repetition of a sound resulting from reflection of the sound waves
    she could hear echoes of her own footsteps
  • n  (Greek mythology) a nymph who was spurned by Narcissus and pined away until only her voice remained
  • n  a reply that repeats what has just been said
  • n  a reflected television or radio or radar beam
  • n  a close parallel of a feeling, idea, style, etc.
    his contention contains more than an echo of Rousseau
    Napoleon III was an echo of the mighty Emperor but an infinitely better man
  • n  an imitation or repetition
    the flower arrangement was created as an echo of a client's still life
  • v  to say again or imitate
    followers echoing the cries of their leaders
  • v  ring or echo with sound
  • v  call to mind
    His words echoed John F. Kennedy

  • Sample check: the echo wave at moonrisewhen the first contact was madewas slightly higher in frequency than the outgoing pulse.
  • The echo boomers will help keep demand strong for the next 10 years and beyond, bolstering the markets for rentals and starter homes.
  • To get a clear, time-able echo, he must utter a short, sharp shout.
News & Articles


  • Barack Obama in FOXNews
    Obama said the criticisms he has heard "echo the very same failed economic theories that led us into this crisis in the first place, the notion that tax cuts alone will solve all our problems."
  • Stephen Colbert in ABC News
    The Web is essentially improvisational. ...... The Internet is the shortest, hardest wall against which your voice will echo back,Colbert said. "It's a big place, but, boy, you get an echo back really fast."

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