Noun(1) the quality of a substance that is able to rebound(2) a light, self-propelled movement upwards or forwards(3) rebounding from an impact (or series of impacts
Verb(1) spring back; spring away from an impact(2) hit something so that it bounces(3) move up and down repeatedly(4) come back after being refused(5) leap suddenly(6) refuse to accept and send back(7) eject from the premises
(1) If every time you bounce a check, it costs $35, it's going to cost you a lot.(2) Arthur was performed by the perennial Peter Pan of the company, Michael O'Hare, whose steps always have a bounce and energy about them.(3) Maybe the women wanted her to bounce the president out of the White House because he had been disloyal to her.(4) She felt some of the strength fade away from her legs, the bounce she tried to inject into her knees feeling slow and sluggish.(5) If you don't know how much money is in your account, you're much more likely to bounce a check.(6) There will be some low bounce , though not much help for the fast bowlers.(7) The regular pitches have cracked and produced uneven bounce .(8) he was admired for his ability to bounce back from injury(9) My curls were starting to lose their bounce , so I twisted my hair into a messy bun.(10) The equity market rose 30% from March last year - a bounce many small investors missed.(11) I walk downstairs with a little more bounce and more confidence than usual.(12) I remember how you used to bounce me on your knee(13) In essence, it is a style that suits good English-type pitches, where movement off the pitch is minimal and the bounce comfortable.(14) Your children will grow in a house of suspicion and you will never bounce them upon your knee without wondering if they might one day slip a sword between your ribs!(15) Then, with a bounce in her step that matched her head of curls, she came out of her office to announce that she was ready.(16) In France it is illegal to have an unauthorised overdraft - bounce a cheque twice and all your accounts in any French banks will be closed.
(1) bounce back :: 跳ね返る
1. rebound ::
2. vitality ::
5. bouncing ::
6. rebound ::
7. bound ::
8. ricochet ::
9. jounce ::
1. employ ::
2. engage ::
3. hire ::
4. retain ::
Different Formsbounce, bounced, bounces, bouncing
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