Definition of 'bounce'
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There are games coming thick and fast and you can bounce back quickly. The Sun (2016)They got the chance to bounce ideas off each other and learn about juggling a business with teething tantrums and potty training. Times, Sunday Times (2016)With the champion trainer in such great form Modus can bounce back to his best. The Sun (2016)The industrial look will be huge, as will metallics which bounce light. The Sun (2017)They appear to be lulled into a false sense of security and save energy by ceasing to emit high frequency sounds that bounce off objects. Times, Sunday Times (2016)I keep it upbeat and give people a bit of a bounce about and loosen them up without doing anything too obvious. The Sun (2016)Rhinos also bounced back, but only in Nepal. Times, Sunday Times (2016)In fact, light doesn't bounce off skin. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Her hair now has bounce and body. The Sun (2006)You should be stepping out with as much bounce in your hair as in your step. The Sun (2012)The testing conditions should see him bounce back to form. The Sun (2013)You can get lucky bounces in rugby. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Two little dogs burst into the room and proceeded to literally bounce off the walls. FRIENDS FOR LIFE (2003)This little pen disguises dark circles by bouncing light away from the face. The Sun (2007)We need to bounce back straight away. The Sun (2006)You go in with a concept or an idea and you bounce it around. The Sun (2015)Those that bounce highest are the freshest. The Sun (2015)United have also bounced back impressively after setbacks this season. The Sun (2013)If you wait you may find the spring bounce has collapsed into a summer slump. Times, Sunday Times (2013)This means you will not be charged for bounced cheques or returned payments. Times, Sunday Times (2012)They will be a different proposition when they bowl on a strip with more pace and bounce. The Sun (2008)You have to be patient and accept some bad bounces but it's a good test. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Apparently they listen to the clicks bouncing off objects, which helps them to avoid bumping into things. The Sun (2008)She always bounces back and there has been no sign she has gone over the top since York. The Sun (2011)England's leading competitors are more than willing to bounce, move and wear anything. Times, Sunday Times (2010)
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Translations for 'bounce'
British English: bounce /baʊns/ VERB
When an object such as a ball bounces or when you bounce it, it moves upwards from a surface or away from it immediately after hitting it.
I bounced a ball against the house.
- American English: bounce
- Arabic: يَرْتَدّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: saltar
- Chinese: 反弹
- Croatian: odbijati se
- Czech: odrazit (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
- European Portuguese: saltar
- Romanian: a ricoșaa izbi
- Russian: подпрыгивать
- Spanish: botar
- Swedish: studsa
- Thai: เด้ง
- Turkish: zıplamak
- Ukrainian: підстрибувати
- Vietnamese: nảy lên
Definition of bounce from the Collins English Dictionary
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