US: /ˈɹɛzəˌneɪt/
UK: /ɹˈɛzənˌe‍ɪt/

English Vietnamese dictionary

resonate /'rezəneit/
  • nội động từ
    • vang âm; dội tiếng
    • (vật lý) cộng hưởng

Advanced English dictionary

+ verb [V] (formal)
1 (of a voice, an instrument, etc.) to make a deep, clear sound that continues for a long time: Her voice resonated through the theatre.
2 ~ (with sth) (of a place) to be filled with sound; to make a sound continue longer: a resonating chamber + The room resonated with the chatter of 100 people.
3 ~ (with sb/sth) to remind sb of sth; to be similar to what sb thinks or believes: These issues resonated with the voters. + His speech resonated with the fears and suspicions of his audience.
Phrasal Verbs: resonate with sth (literary) to be full of a particular quality or feeling: She makes a simple story resonate with complex themes and emotions.