(redirected from Echos)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Legal, Acronyms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

echo back to something

[for something] to recall something similar in the past. This idea echoes back to the end of the last century, when people thought this way.
See also: back, echo

echo with something

1. . Lit. [for a large space] to resound with the echoing sounds of a loud noise. The cathedral echoed with the sounds of the organ. The valley echoed with the sound of horses' hooves.
2. Fig. [for something] to have reminders of something. (Literary and very limited.) My thoughts echoed with the sounds of spring. The room echoed with happier days.
See also: echo

cheer somebody to the echo

  (British old-fashioned)
to shout and clap a lot in order to support someone The team captain was cheered to the echo when he was presented with the cup.
See also: cheer, echo
References in periodicals archive ?
While ECHOS was designed to operate most efficiently on a handheld computer, the system is flexible, so teachers can record their observations on paper then enter them into a personal computer and still receive the same student, classroom and home reports.
Web-based interactive professional development is available to help teachers learn to use ECHOS effectively.
With Studio Sound, service providers can virtually eliminate network distortion and acoustic echo to deliver a better subscriber experience for both parties.
Quartet doubles the density of our earlier generation Symphony echo cancellers, and outdoes the competition in density, price/performance, and voice quality.
Monitoring, provisioning, and upgrading from anywhere in the world -- NMS' user-friendly element management system, EchoScan(TM) software, enables service providers to monitor and manage Quartet (as well as other NMS echo cancellation systems) from a remote UNIX or PC workstation.
Lucent's Echo Canceller and Voice Enhancement System helps voices come across clearer and richer by adjusting the call to overcome network or environmental conditions, from background noise to fluctuating signal strengths, that could interfere with the transmission.