verb (used without object), reverberated, reverberating.
to reecho or resound:
Her singing reverberated through the house.
Physics. to be reflected many times, as sound waves from the walls of a confined space.
to rebound or recoil.
to be deflected, as flame in a reverberatory furnace.
verb (used with object), reverberated, reverberating.
to echo back or reecho (sound).
to cast back or reflect (light, heat, etc.).
to subject to reflected heat, as in a reverberatory furnace.
anything that produces or undergoes reverberation
another name for reverberatory furnace
(intransitive) to resound or re-echo: the explosion reverberated through the castle
to reflect or be reflected many times
(intransitive) to rebound or recoil
(intransitive) (of the flame or heat in a reverberatory furnace) to be deflected onto the metal or ore on the hearth
(transitive) to heat, melt, or refine (a metal or ore) in a reverberatory furnace
[ri-vur-ber-uh-tawr-ee, -tohr-ee] /rɪˈvɜr bər əˌtɔr i, -ˌtoʊr i/ adjective 1. characterized or produced by reverberation. 2. noting a furnace, kiln, or the like in which the fuel is not in direct contact with the ore, metal, etc., to be heated, but furnishes a flame that plays over the material, especially by being deflected downward from […]
noun 1. See at reverberatory (def 2). reverberatory furnace noun 1. a metallurgical furnace having a curved roof that deflects heat onto the charge so that the fuel is not in direct contact with the ore
verb (used with object), revered, revering. 1. to regard with respect tinged with awe; venerate: The child revered her mother. noun 1. revers. noun 1. Paul, 1735–1818, American silversmith and patriot, famous for his night horseback ride, April 18, 1775, to warn Massachusetts colonists of the coming of British troops. 2. a city in E […]
verb (used with object), revered, revering. 1. to regard with respect tinged with awe; venerate: The child revered her mother. verb 1. (transitive) to be in awe of and respect deeply; venerate noun 1. Paul. 1735–1818, American patriot and silversmith, best known for his night ride on April 18, 1775, to warn the Massachusetts colonists […]