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reverb

noun re·verb \ri-ˈvərb, ˈrē-ˌ\

Definition of REVERB

:  an electronically produced echo effect in recorded music; also :  a device for producing reverb

Origin of REVERB

short for reverberation
First Known Use: 1953

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