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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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leap suddenly

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refuse to accept and send back

eject from the premises

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Brigadier Ahmad Bin Gulaitha, director of the police station, said his team had managed to settle bounced cheque cases involving Dh200 million in the first nine months of this year.
In March, e1/493,260 worth of bounced cheques were issued, which is the third lowest amount since October 2015, when the total amount of bounced cheques was e1/453,139, and May of the same year when the total amount was e1/489,037.
There are an estimated 18 lakh people who have filed cases in connection with bounced cheques across the country.
The value of bounced checks also fell by 31 percent in 2012, from SR 5 billion in 2011.
In February 2011, the Court of Cassation affirmed the lower courts' decision giving him three years for each of three bounced cheques worth millions.
4 : to leap suddenly <The children bounced out of their seats.
It was nip and tuck in the adult team event with Anastasia Toman, 15, Jenny Hudson, 14, Siobhan Dickinson, 16, and Rachel Davidson, 16, representing Gateshead Harriers bounced their way to victory to pick up the coveted trophy.
Nearly two thirds of small companies said they have fallen victim to a bounced cheque.
Stock prices have subsequently bounced some 60 percent to rebound highs in 2004.
Scientists found that, when an infant is bounced on a knee in time to music, it starts to develop a feel for rhythm.
If you are in the habit of occasionally writing checks before your paycheck is actually deposited into your account because you think they won't clear for several days, you may be in for a rude awakening--and a few bounced checks.
The "Huey" bounced into the air, completing 180 degrees of rotation, touched down again just short of the runway edge, bounced once more into the air in a nose-high attitude and traveled another 100 feet before the tail rotor struck the ground.
Moments later he bounced so hard he nearly landed in the laps of the front row.
We took the baseballs and we bounced them from 24 feet [off the ground]," Larsen says.
This generates the lowest number of bounced checks, if the account is headed for the red.