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Synonyms for bounce

Synonyms for bounce

to spring back after colliding with something

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to move in a lively way

an act of bouncing or a bouncing movement

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a sudden lively movement

the ability to recover quickly from depression or discouragement

the act of ejecting or the state of being ejected

the act of dismissing or the condition of being dismissed from employment

Synonyms for bounce

the quality of a substance that is able to rebound

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a light, self-propelled movement upwards or forwards

rebounding from an impact (or series of impacts)

hit something so that it bounces

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move up and down repeatedly

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come back after being refused

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Antonyms

leap suddenly

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refuse to accept and send back

eject from the premises

References in periodicals archive ?
The bounce does not tell you whether the battery is dead or not; it just tells you whether the battery is fresh," says Daniel Steingart, assistant professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering.
With this new technology, companies can avoid misclassified bounces and potentially crippling sales losses.
The Bounce for Yorkshire is being staged from 11am.
On average, Democratic candidates have enjoyed slightly larger bounces than Republicans (6.
It is immediately evident that the ball must bounce to the exact same height every time to keep a steady tempo.
If the post-Heisei Depression bounce is anything like the 2.
Inside the cap is a spring, so the cap should bounce when you tap it.
ITALY'S defence is worried by the new game balls to be used in this World Cup, saying their bounce could make them hard to handle.
Bounce will take on business challenges including alliance management, strategic communications, sales and marketing, business development, and executive coaching.
Previous bounces have helped raise thousands of pounds for the charity, which is the UK's leading regional medical research charity.
Bouncing in bounce houses - aka " moonwalks " or "moon bounces" - can be a fantastic source of aerobic activity.
So far, the Texas experiments indicate that the new ball bounces less elastically, veers more when it bounces, and becomes more slippery when damp than does the official leather ball of the past 35 years.
When a ball bounces off pavement, it moves upward with almost as much energy as it had before it bounced.
There's so many different bounces you can get on the fairways, on the greens, everywhere really,'' Sorenstam said.
According to JupiterResearch, the average B2B delivery rate is 89 percent, excluding bounces.