Definition of bounce an idea off in English:

bounce an idea off

  • informal Share an idea with (someone) in order to refine it: he thrives on bouncing ideas off other people
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    • If someone needs to bounce an idea off of someone, another person is able offer honest insight and feedback.
    • This guy also gave me his card and told me to call him if I wanted to bounce an idea off him.
    • It's for people who need that extra ear, are going it alone, or simply need to bounce an idea off a smart group of people.
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