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English definition of “resonant”

resonant

adjective uk   /ˈrez.ən.ənt/ us  

resonant adjective (SOUND)

clear and loud, or causing sounds to be clear and loud: a deep, resonant voice a resonant concert hall
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resonant adjective (QUALITY)

making you think of a similar experience or memory: We felt privileged to be the first group of Western visitors to enter the historic palace, resonant with past conflicts.
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