Definition of Echolocation
the ability to locate objects by the reflecting of sound
Examples of Echolocation in a sentence
Whales and dolphins both use their sound and their keen sense of echolocation to locate objects in deep dark waters where it is hard to see.
Although he is not able to see, the blind boy was able to get around by using clicking sounds and echolocation.
The radar’s ability to use sound reflection through echolocation allowed the treasure hunters to pinpoint precisely where the sunken pirate ship was located.
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