bounce

All Noun Verb
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  • Each time he bounced back and became a key member of the team.
  • The shot was originally called a double because it bounced back into play.
  • She bounced out of bed and ran out of her room and down the hall.
  • If successful, this will cause the ball to bounce up and back into play.
  • The bouncing ball has been used in many films and television programs over the years.
  • After three bounces the ball is in play and the players may leave the wall.
  • However, players cannot die from these enemies - they are simply bounced of them.
  • However, on week nine, the album bounced back into the top ten.
  • Once you do so, a bar comes up with a green bar bouncing up and down.
  • She bounces the ball no more than four times before serving.
  • I hit the ground, bounced back up again and off I went.
  • A football thrown in one direction may bounce off the ground in a completely different one.
  • The club managed to keep the team together and bounced back after a record-breaking year.
  • The ball hit him in the head and bounced over the wall for a home run.
  • However if the ball bounces beyond the long line, a Long out is called.
  • During April, the show bounced back to the lead spot when the latter show ended.
  • The club spent the next several years bouncing back and forth between leagues.
  • Two years later the club were relegated again, before bouncing back immediately yet again.
  • Each time would see them bounce back up by winning the Second Division the following season.
  • They are looking to bounce straight back by winning the Championship B division.
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Meaning of bounce

  • noun The quality of a substance that is able to rebound
  • noun Rebounding from an impact (or series of impacts)
  • verb Spring back; spring away from an impact
    The rubber ball bounced, These particles do not resile but they unite after they collide
  • verb Hit something so that it bounces
    bounce a ball
  • verb Move up and down repeatedly
  • verb Come back after being refused
    the check bounced
  • verb Leap suddenly
    He bounced to his feet
  • verb Refuse to accept and send back
    bounce a check
  • verb Eject from the premises
    The ex-boxer's job is to bounce people who want to enter this private club