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Borrowed from French résonnant or Latin resonāre (“to resound”).
resonant (comparative more resonant, superlative most resonant)
- Resounding, echoing.
- From across the valley came the resonant sound of a distant church bell.
- strike a resonant note
- (electrical, of a circuit) Adjusted as to dimensions so that currents or electric surgings are produced by the passage of electric waves of a given frequency.
- (resounding): booming, remugient; see also Thesaurus:sonorous
resonant (plural resonants)
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