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Bounce — synonyms, bounce antonyms, definition
1. bounce (Noun) Brit
action agility agitation alertness bounciness bouncing bump collision energy health hop hurdle impact jar jerk jolt jounce jump knock leap • • •
bounce (Noun) — The quality of a substance that is able to rebound.
bounce (Noun) — A light, self-propelled movement upwards or forwards.
bounce (Noun) — Rebounding from an impact (or series of impacts).
bounce (Noun) — An email returned with an error.
8 types of
backlash elasticity jump jumping rebound recoil repercussion snap
caper capriole pounce
2. bounce (Verb) Brit
agitate bob boomerang boot bounce back bound bump dismiss eject fly back glance off hop jar jerk jolt jounce jump leap oust pressurise • • •
bounce (Verb) — Move back in a roughly opposite direction after an impact.
ex. "The rubber ball bounced"
bounce (Verb) — Hit something so that it bounces.
ex. "bounce a ball"
bounce (Verb) — Move up and down repeatedly.
bounce (Verb) — Come back after being refused.
ex. "the check bounced"
bounce (Verb) — Leap suddenly.
ex. "He bounced to his feet"
bounce (Verb) — Refuse to accept and send back.
ex. "bounce a check"
bounce (Verb) — Eject from the premises.
ex. "The ex-boxer's job is to bounce people who want to enter this private club"
bounce (Verb) — Put pressure on someone (to do something).
21 type of
boot out bound chuck out decline eject exclude go hit jump leap locomote move pass up refuse reject return spring travel turf out turn down • • •
bounce out bound off carom fast-talk kick kick back recoil skip