Definition of eco
1. Environmentally friendly or sensitive.
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Spanish - English - eco[eco (m)] n. echo, repetition of a sound produced by the reflection of sound waves from a solid surface; reverberation, continuation of a sound after the sound source has stopped due to reflection of sound waves within a closed area (Acoustics)
English - German - ecopref. Öko -, öko -
Italian - English - eco(m/f) ] n. echo, repetition of a sound produced by the reflection of sound waves from a solid surface
Portuguese - English - eco(m) n. echo, reverberation, repercussion; paragraph; replication; ringing
Spanish - French - eco(sonido) écho (m)
Spanish - German - econ. echo, widerhall, nachhall, hall, nachklang, resonanz, schall
Spanish - Russian - econ. эхо, отклик
Italian - French - eco(suono) écho (m)
Italian - German - econ. widerhall, nachhall, hall, schall, nachklang, echo
Portuguese - French - eco1. (radar) spot (m); top d'écho
2. (som) écho (m)
Spanish - Korean - econ. 반향
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