Translation of "reverberate" - English-Spanish dictionary

reverberate

verb uk /rɪˈvɜː.bər.eɪt/

literary If a loud, deep sound reverberates, it continues to be heard around an area, so that the area seems to shake. (of a loud deep sound) to continue to be heard around an area, so that the area seems to shake

retumbar
The narrow street reverberated with/to the sound of the workmen’s drills.

If an event or idea reverberates somewhere, it has an effect on everyone or everything in a place or group. (of an event or idea) to have an effect on everyone or everything in a place or group

tener repercusiones
News of the disaster reverberated around the organization.
The surge in US share prices reverberated across the globe.

(Translation of “reverberate” from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)