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  1. resonator

    • IPA[ˈrɛz(ə)neɪtə]

    英式

    • n.
      an apparatus that increases the resonance of a sound, especially a hollow part of a musical instrument.;a musical or scientific instrument responding to a single sound or note, used for detecting it when it occurs in combination with other sounds.
    • noun: resonator, plural noun: resonators

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    名詞

    • 1. an apparatus that increases the resonance of a sound, especially a hollow part of a musical instrument.
    • a musical or scientific instrument responding to a single sound or note, used for detecting it when it occurs in combination with other sounds.
    • a device that displays electrical resonance, especially one used for the detection of radio waves.
    • a hollow enclosure with conducting walls capable of containing electromagnetic fields having particular frequencies of oscillation and exchanging electrical energy with them, used to detect or amplify microwaves.
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