Definition for "bounce"
- To rebound after having struck an object or…
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- "Success is how high you bounce…"
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Urban Dictionary for "bounce"
- 1) to-arrive or leave a destination.2)…
- To rebound after having struck an object or a surface.
- to go jerkily; bump: the vehicle bounced throughout the potholes.
- To bound: children jumping in to the area.
- To be repaid by a bank as valueless: a check that bounced.
- Baseball To hit a ground ball to an infielder: The batter bounced off to the shortstop.
- To hit or thump, to be able to rebound, or even to make a-sudden noise; a knock loudly.
- To leap or spring abruptly or unceremoniously; to bound.
- To boast; to talk big; to bluster.
- resulting in to hit an object or a surface and rebound: bounce a ball on sidewalk.
- presenting or propose for remark or endorsement. Often used with off: bounced some ideas off my supervisor.
- Slang To expel by power.
- Slang To discount from work. See Synonyms at dismiss.
- to create (a check) on an overdrawn bank account.
- to-drive against something unexpectedly and violently; to bump; to thump.
- resulting in to bound or rebound; sometimes, to throw.
- To eject violently, as from a-room; to discharge unceremoniously, as from employment.
- To bully; to scold.
- A sudden certain, springtime, or jump.
- the capability to rebound; springtime: a ball with bounce.
- Spirit; liveliness.
- Slang Expulsion; dismissal.
- Chiefly British Loud, arrogant speech; bluster.
- a big change of path of movement after hitting the floor or an obstacle.
- A movement up-and then down (or the other way around), once or continuously.
- An email return with any mistake.
- The sack, licensing
- A bang, growth
- A genre of the latest Orleans music.
- A 'good' beat.
- A talent for jumping.
- an abrupt leap or bound; a rebound.
- much, sudden, and sometimes loud, blow or thump.
- An explosion, or perhaps the sound of one.
- Bluster; brag; untruthful boasting; audacious exaggeration; an impudent lie; a bouncer.
- A dogfish of Europe (Scyllium catulus).
- a rapid springtime or jump.
- A bound or rebound: because, you have to strike the basketball regarding jump.
- much blow, thrust, or thump.
- A loud hefty sound, as of an explosion; a rapid crack or noise.
- A boast; some brag or bluster; boastful language; exaggeration.
- A bold or impudent lie; a downright falsehood; a bouncer.
- Expulsion; release; dismissal.
- [Perhaps of diff. origin.] A local English title of this dogfish or shark, Scylliorhinus catulus.
- a light, self-propelled motion up or forwards
- the grade of a substance that's in a position to rebound
- rebounding from a direct effect (or variety of impacts)
- bounce back to recoup rapidly, as from a setback: the in-patient bounced back to a healthy body.
- To change the direction of movement after striking an obstacle.
- to maneuver rapidly up-and then down, or vice versa, when or over and over repeatedly.
- resulting in to maneuver rapidly up-and then down, or vice versa, as soon as or over repeatedly.
- To be refused by a bank since it is drawn on inadequate resources.
- To are not able to cover (have adequate funds for) (a draft provided against a person's account).
- To leave.
- (sometimes using the preposition with) to possess intercourse.
- To strike unexpectedly.
- to make power down and straight back on; to reset
- to go back undelivered.
- To land hard and lift-off again because of extra momentum.
- progress and down over repeatedly
- spring back; springtime far from an effect
- refuse to take and deliver straight back
- come-back after becoming refused
- eject through the premises
- hit something so that it bounces
- step suddenly
- With a rapid leap; out of the blue.
- To beat; thump; knock; bang.
- resulting in to bound or spring: since, to bounce a ball.
- To eject or come out without ceremony; expel vigorously; hence, to dismiss or discharge summarily, as from 1's work or post.
- to conquer difficult or thump, to be able to make a rapid sound.
- To spring or leap against any such thing, in order to rebound; beat or thump by a spring; spring up with a rebound.
- To leap or spring; come or get unceremoniously.
- To brag or bluster; exaggerate; lay.
- With a bounce; unexpectedly.