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Etymology: L, resonare, to sound again
pertaining to vibrations or pulsations that are synchronous with a source of sound waves or electromagnetic oscillations.


(rĕz′ă-nāt″ĭng) [L. resonantia, resound]
Vibrating sympathetically with a source of sound or electrical oscillations.

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