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reecho

or re-ech·o

[ ree-ek-oh ]
/ riˈɛk oʊ /
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verb (used without object), re·ech·oed, re·ech·o·ing.
to echo back, as a sound.
to give back an echo; resound.
verb (used with object), re·ech·oed, re·ech·o·ing.
to echo back.
to repeat like an echo.
noun, plural re·ech·oes.
a repeated echo.
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Origin of reecho

First recorded in 1580–90; re- + echo
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British Dictionary definitions for reecho

re-echo
/ (riːˈɛkəʊ) /

verb -oes, -oing or -oed
to echo (a sound that is already an echo); resound
(tr) to repeat like an echo
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