re·verb (rĭ-vûrb) Informal
n. (also rēvûrb′)
1. A reverberative effect produced in recorded music by electronic means.
2. A device used for producing this effect.
intr. & tr.v. re·verbed, re·verb·ing, re·verbs
To reverberate or cause to reverberate.
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