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bounce British & World English

(With reference to an object, especially a ball) move quickly up, back, or away from a surface after hitting it

bounce rate British & World English

The percentage of visitors to a particular website who navigate away from the site after viewing only one page

bounce flash British & World English

A device for giving reflected photographic flashlight

on the bounce British & World English

As something rebounds

dead cat bounce British & World English

A temporary recovery in share prices after a substantial fall, caused by speculators buying in order to cover their positions

bounce an idea off in bounce British & World English

Share an idea with (someone) in order to refine it

bounce an idea off British & World English

Share an idea with (someone) in order to refine it

bounce back in bounce British & World English

(Of an email) be returned to its sender after failing to reach its destination

bounce English Thesaurus

the ball hit the ground and bounced

bounce English-Spanish

rebotar, picar* AmL, botar Esp, Méx

bounce back English-Spanish

levantarse, recuperarse

she's full of bounce in bounce English-Spanish

es una persona llena de vida

to give sb the bounce in bounce English-Spanish

poner* a algn de patitas en la calle familiar/colloquial, botar a algn

he hit the ball on the bounce in bounce English-Spanish

le dio a la pelota de rebote

this shampoo puts the bounce back into your hair in bounce English-Spanish

este champú les da nueva vida a sus cabellos


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