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- repercussion (n.)
- early 15c., "act of driving back," from Middle French répercussion (14c.) or directly from Latin repercusionem (nominative repercussio), from past participle stem of repercutere "to strike or beat back; shine back, reflect; echo," from re- "back" (see re-) + percutere "to strike or thrust through" (see percussion). Meaning "reverberation, echo" first recorded 1590s; the metaphoric extension is recorded from 1620s.
- 1. After being put out, service has received very good market repercussion.
- 2. This is probably the biggest repercussion of the calculation.
- 3. The president's death had unexpected repercussion.
- 4. Diagnostician's digit repercussion of percussion.
- 5. Consequently through the ages, countries ( with few exceptions ) have been able to act unilaterally without repercussion.
- 之后世世代代, 国家 ( 少数除外 ) 一直能够单方地活动而不受其它影响.
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