Meaning of RESONANCE in English

RESONANCE

noun

COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES

magnetic resonance imaging

COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS

■ ADJECTIVE

emotional

For emotional resonance , flags are about as potent as a quadrilateral of cloth can be.

For all its emotional resonance , it was in my mind an issue of minor and passing interest.

In the process they seem to lose their emotional resonance , no longer expressing the reality that practitioners originally tried to capture.

But used responsibly, emotional resonance is the appeal of every speaker who is eloquent rather than simply articulate.

magnetic

After undergoing a magnetic resonance imaging test yesterday at Pennsylvania Hospital in Philadelphia, Gagne was told what doctors had already suspected.

Because of its superior contrast capabilities magnetic resonance imaging is the current first choice technique for assessing instability of the cervical spine.

In addition, researchers did magnetic resonance imaging scans of the women's legs to look for increases in muscle size.

Subject Index. % % % Description: Magnetic resonance has long demonstrated its tremendous versatility in many areas of science.

Of special interest are the clearly presented sections on spectral jumps, and single-spin magnetic resonance experiments.

Such all-embracing inventions as the transistor, X-rays and nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy all come into this category.

After an initial slice selection procedure, the nuclear magnetic resonance signal is subjected simultaneously to two modulated magnetic field gradients.

nuclear

This unusual complication is best imaged by computed tomography or nuclear magnetic resonance and needs conservative treatment.

Similar conclusions can be drawn from nuclear magnetic-spin resonance studies - work which also requires verification.

Such all-embracing inventions as the transistor, X-rays and nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy all come into this category.

After an initial slice selection procedure, the nuclear magnetic resonance signal is subjected simultaneously to two modulated magnetic field gradients.

But several areas, notably nuclear magnetic resonance , are less satisfactory.

The effect of these gradients s to cause the nuclear magnetic resonance signal to form a series of spin echoes.

■ NOUN

imaging

Because of its superior contrast capabilities magnetic resonance imaging is the current first choice technique for assessing instability of the cervical spine.

Results of computed tomography and magnetic resonance imaging were normal.

■ VERB

give

And, of course, gave a whole new resonance to the phrase room service.

EXAMPLES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

The movie had a special emotional resonance for me.

the powerful resonance of Jessie's voice

EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS

It had a certain peaty resonance .

It was interesting to note a complete change in the timbre and resonance when the bird moved to another song-perch.

Martha and Mary, the sisters of Lazarus, are central figures in a Gospel story with particular resonance for Catholic women.

Though it no longer has the same resonance , it remains an important criterion.

When the last resonances of the symphony had died, all that was left was an electronic whine.

Longman DOCE5 Extras English vocabulary.      Дополнительный английский словарь Longman DOCE5.