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rebound in Dogri डोगरी

rebound in Maithili মৈথিলী

rebound in Urdu اُردُو

rebound in English

  • rebound
    expr. on the rebound, in reaction to or as a result of the abrupt ending of a love affair.
    Ex. to become engaged on the rebound. [He] had been interested in another girl altogether, and he had married this one on the rebound (New Yorker).

  • rebound
    noun 1. the act or process of springing back; rebounding.
    Ex. You hit the ball on the rebound in handball. (Figurative.) a rebound from a state of depression and shame (John F. D. Maurice).
    2. (Basketball.) a ball that bounds back off the ba

  • rebound
    rebound (1), verb, noun.

  • rebound
    rebound (2), verb.
    the past tense and past participle of rebind.
    Ex. Send this book to be rebound.

  • rebound
    v.i. 1. to spring back.
    Ex. I never think I have hit hard unless it rebounds (Samuel Johnson). (Figurative.) An evil example, that would rebound back on themselves (Edmund Burke).
    (SYN) recoil.
    2. resound.
    3. to get back to a g

  • rebound
    v.t. 1. to cause to spring back.
    2. to echo back.

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