Hindi translation of bounce
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Word forms: bounces, bouncing, bounced
Definitions and Translations
1. transitive or intransitive verb, countable noun
When something such as a ball bounces, or when you bounce it, it moves upwards or away immediately after hitting a surface. This movement is called a bounce.उछालना या उछलना/उछाल mn ⇒ The ball bounced right in front of them. ⇒ I bounced a ball against the house. ⇒ ...two bounces of the ball.
2. intransitive verb
If you bounce on something, you jump up and down on it repeatedly.कूदना ⇒ She even lets us bounce on our beds.
3. intransitive verb
If something bounces, it swings or moves up and down.उछलना ⇒ Her long black hair bounced as she walked.
4. transitive or intransitive verb
If a cheque bounces or if a bank bounces it, the bank refuses to accept it and pay out the money.चेक का रद्द हो जाना/वापस हो जाना
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Example Sentences Including 'bounce'
They're nearly finished & they look exactly the same but there are no cracks along the wall & they no longer bounce.AND GOD CREATED THE AU PAIR (2005)
The dapper English gentleman Emerald had once known had lost his bounce.Yellow Bird
Neither lane was moving and we saw the BMW in front of us bounce as its engine stalled.MUSIC FOR BOYS (2003)
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'bounce' in Other Languages
- Arabic: يَرْتَدّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: saltar
- Chinese: 反弹
- Croatian: odbijati se
- Czech: odrazit (se) odrážet (se)
- Danish: hoppe
- Dutch: stuiteren
- European Spanish: botar
- Finnish: pomppia
- French: rebondir
- German: springen
- Greek: αναπηδώ
- Italian: rimbalzare
- Japanese: 弾む
- Korean: 튀다
- Norwegian: sprette
- Polish: odbić się odbijać się
- Portuguese: saltar
- Romanian: a ricoșaa izbi
- Russian: подпрыгивать
- Spanish: botar
- Swedish: studsa
- Thai: เด้ง
- Turkish: zıplamak
- Ukrainian: підстрибувати підстрибнути
- Vietnamese: nảy lên
Translation of bounce from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary