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Spanish translation of “reverberation”

reverberation

noun /(British ) riˌvəːbəˈreiʃən, (American) riˌvəːrbəˈreiʃən/
a loud sound that is heard repeatedly as it is sent back from the surfaces surrounding it
Reverbación
The reverberations of the explosion seemed to shake the whole building.
a severe, often unpleasant, effect of an event that affects a large number of people or lasts for a long time
Reverbación
The political reverberations of the scandal cost the minister his job.
(Definition of reverberation from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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