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resonant

adjective (QUALITY)
特質
 
 
/ˈrez.ən.ənt/
making you think of a similar experience or memory
引起共鳴的;引起聯想的
We felt privileged to be the first group of Western visitors to enter the historic palace, resonant with past conflicts.
步入這樣一個有著重要歷史意義、激起無數關於歷史衝突的遐想的宮殿中,作為第一批來此參觀的西方遊客,我們深感榮幸。
Remembering, reminding and reminders
Translations of “resonant”
in Vietnamese vang dội…
in Spanish resonante…
in Thai ก้องกังวาน…
in Malaysian resonans…
in French résonant…
in German widerhallend…
in Indonesian bergema…
in Russian звучный, звонкий…
in Turkish çınlayan, çın çın öten, yankılanan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 特质, 引起共鸣的, 引起联想的…
in Polish donośny…
(Definition of resonant adjective (QUALITY) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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