- Echoed is defined as something has been repeated or resounded.
An example of echoed is a child repeating numbers given to them by their parent.
Variant of echo
- the repetition of a sound by reflection of sound waves from a surface
- a sound so produced
- any repetition or imitation of the words, style, ideas, etc. of another
- a person who thus repeats or imitates
- sympathetic response
- Electronics a radar wave reflected from an object, appearing as a spot of light on a radarscope
- Gr. Myth. a nymph who, because of her unreturned love for Narcissus, pines away until only her voice remains
- a soft repetition of a phrase
- an organ stop for producing the effect of echo
- Radio, TV the reception of two similar and almost simultaneous signals because one of them has been delayed slightly by reflection from the E layer in transmission
Origin: Middle English ecco ; from Classical Latin echo ; from Classical Greek ēchō ; from Indo-European base an unverified form (s)waĝh-, variant, variety of an unverified form wag-, to cry out from source Classical Latin vagire, Old English swogan, to sound, roar
- to resound with an echo; reverberate
- to be repeated as or like an echo
- to repeat (another's words, ideas, etc.)
- to repeat the words, etc. of (another person)
- to repeat or reflect (sound) from a surface
- echoey adjective
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