resound englannista suomeksi
1992, ''Health Devices'', volume 21, page 117:
- Any new alarms, from any patient, will resound the alarm tone.
An echoing or reverberating sound.
1932, Grantland Rice, Harford Powel, ''The Omnibus of Sport'' (page 370)
- Presently, out of the turmoil, the fighting of horses, the resound of blows, the murky cloud of dust and sand, he crawled, in time to see the Corinthian and Byzantine go on down the course after Ben-Hur, who had not been an instant delayed.
To make a reverberating sound.
To be much mentioned.
To throw back, or return, the sound of; to echo.
To praise or celebrate with the voice, or the sound of instruments; to extol with sounds; to spread the fame of.