Definition of 'rebound'
Example sentences containing 'rebound'
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It would have just rebounded and hit me in the face! The Sun (2016)The rebounding economy after the banking crisis has also put people off joining the military. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Industry experts put the turnaround down to the strong rebound in coal and iron ore prices. The Sun (2016)What is certain is that personal earnings will rebound strongly. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Tal hit in the rebound from his own shot just after the half hour. The Sun (2007)So he just dived into this rebound relationship with a car. The Sun (2013)Oil was also on the rise as the price rebounded. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Had one shot on the rebound saved. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The recovery will be delayed and the rebound less strong than it might have been. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The eurozone economy rebounded less strongly than previously thought in the first quarter. Times, Sunday Times (2008) Relationships on the rebound rarely work out. POSITIVE THINKING: Everything you have always known about positive thinking but were afraid to put into practice (2001)And you rebound halfway back to the woods with your brain rattling around. Times, Sunday Times (2010)It is hard to imagine it is going to rebound quickly. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The defender rammed home on the rebound just when it seemed this clash of the promotion rivals was going to end goalless. The Sun (2014)Asia has a lot of impetus and the European economy has rebounded. Times, Sunday Times (2007)This isn't just a rebound thing. The Sun (2013)We don't expect a rebound in prices in that time. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Unless there is a strong rebound in the eurozone, immigration is also likely to remain high. Times, Sunday Times (2015)He had come within centimetres of extending his blessed run, an effort rebounding off the post. Times, Sunday Times (2016)All stimulants, including sugar, can cause this "rebound" effect. The Family Nutrition Workbook (1988)Next year, the Chancellor still expects the economy to rebound fairly robustly. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The Spaniard splendidly cracked home an angled right-foot shot from the rebound after his first attempt had been blocked. The Sun (2013)He added: 'With withdrawal you get a rebound effect where the individual suffers more rapid eye movement and more dreaming. The Sun (2009)
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Translations for 'rebound'
British English: rebound VERB
If something rebounds from a solid surface, it bounces or springs back from it.
His shot in the 21st minute of the game rebounded from a post.
Definition of rebound from the Collins English Dictionary
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