In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(voice/drum) resonante(drum/voice) retumbante(chamber/room) resonantethe house was resonant with the sound of laughter — la casa retumbaba / resonaba con ecos de risas
- ‘Please be seated,’ she said, in the same deep resonant voice as I had heard in the hallway.
- The resonant acoustics of the church (a Miami Beach landmark) provided the perfect ambience for Handel's music.
- When these cattle move side by side in the herd, their hollow horns knock together, producing a characteristic resonant sound.
- I was beginning to warm to this man, I even liked his deep, resonant voice.
- Then, if you take the lid off the piano to boost it, sometimes the room becomes too resonant and the sound goes all over the place.
- Each buckling results in a burst of resonant vibrations from the tymbal, with the repetition rate of these bursts being determined by the contraction frequency of the tymbal muscle.
- 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.
- Move around while listening and the hum changes to a low, soothing throb or at particularly resonant points in the room, vibrates your skull rather unpleasantly.
- The voice was deep and resonant and commanding.
- When it is blown, the feather acts as a reed, producing a deep, resonant sound.
- But their presence is signalled by an unmistakable call similar to bellowing of a bull with a deep, resonant boom that carries up to a mile.
- As in the cardiac examination, deliver taps at points along a straight line moving from resonant areas into the areas expected to show dullness.
- I actually have a deep resonant, rich voice, but it comes out only rarely.
- This all may sound irrelevant to the review, but this setting and the organ's origins do produce a wonderful, rich resonant sound.
- I do vocal exercises and on my own I can have a deep resonant voice.
- Scallon spoke for the first time, his voice deep, resonant and rich with power.
- He immediately interrupted, voice slightly deeper, much more resonant.
- So the resonant sound is dubbed an auspicious sound.
- The resonant vibration of cantilevers also produced noise.
- He has a deep and resonant or perhaps a high and nasal voice.
- It is a smooth and mellow voice, deep and resonant.
- The use of the wood block and resonant and jingly metals enhances the Oriental flavor of the music.
- Her voice, which had been weak, became stronger, deeper, more resonant.
- Sonics could not be better, as every note is clearly delineated in a perfectly resonant environment.
- Annoyance flashed through Rosemarie like lightning as a deep, resonant laugh came from above.
- After a few months, he'll likely have a resonant, deep, and full voice just like an adult!
- What you will hear, then, are the natural resonant frequencies of the room articulated by speech.
- It might be possible to amplify this moving-mirror radiation by using a resonant cavity with vibrating walls.
- A chuckle, if you could call it that, deep and resonant, filled the car.
- This follows from the response of any resonant system (a room, a struck object, a vocal cavity) to an impulse-like excitation.
- ‘Here,’ he said, and his voice was deep and rich, resonant and infinitely caring.
- His voice was naturally deep and resonant, a good, powerful, commanding voice.
- Words cannot describe their soft and resonant sounds.
- Selective resonance at these eigentone frequencies will inevitably colour the sound, especially in small rectangular rooms where the resonant frequencies are high enough to fall within the musical range.
- Large, ungainly and hanging onto my thick specs, I'd leap over a vault with my free hand, landing with a resonant thud on the other side, and I loved it.
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