echo

01. We shouted our names in the canyon, and listened to the [echo].
02. The children shouted, and then listened for their [echoes] to come back from the hills.
03. His voiced [echoed] off the walls of the empty room.
04. The hall [echoed] with the sounds of children shouting and laughing.
05. The hammer fell to the floor, and the sound [echoed] throughout the silence.
06. If you scream loudly, you can hear your [echo] coming back to you from the mountains.
07. The sound of the car crash [echoed] through the tunnel.
08. Mother Teresa once said that kind words can be short and easy to speak, but their [echoes] are truly endless.
09. Norman Douglas once said that education is the state-controlled manufacture of [echoes].
10. George Santayana once said that art is [delayed] echo.
11. There is an Indian proverb which states that the voice of the poor has no [echo].
12. We hear the sound of the seashore inside large seashells because the shell [echoes] surrounding sounds.
13. A bat uses an [echo] system, whereby it sends out a sound which strikes a target, and then bounces back to the bat, thereby letting it know what lies ahead.
14. In the painting, Mary's pose [echoes] that of Christ, signifying her physical and emotional identification with his suffering.
15. The Taiwanese President recently referred to Taiwan and China as two countries, [echoing] comments made by his predecessor three years ago.
16. Dolphins can catch fish in total darkness using an [echo]-location system.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.

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  • Echo 1A — Echo 1 Echo 1 (eigentlich Echo 1A) ist der Name eines großen Ballonsatelliten der USA, der am 12. August 1960 als erster Nachrichten und geodätischer Satellit gestartet wurde. Seine internationale COSPAR Nummer war 60 009 01 (9. Start des Jahres… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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  • Echo — Ech o ([e^]k [ o]), n.; pl. {Echoes} ([e^]k [=o]z). [L. echo, Gr. hchw echo, sound, akin to hchh , h^chos, sound, noise; cf. Skr. v[=a][,c] to sound, bellow; perh. akin to E. voice: cf. F. [ e]cho.] 1. A sound reflected from an opposing surface… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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