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bounce in Dogri डोगरी

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bounce in Urdu اُردُو

bounce in English

  • bounce
    bounce, verb, bounced,bouncing,noun.

  • bounce
    expr. bounce back, to begin anew, especially with vigor or enthusiasm.
    Ex. He bounced back after his failure and made a fortune.

  • bounce
    noun 1. a springing back; bound; bouncing.
    Ex. I caught the ball on the first bounce.
    (SYN) rebound.
    2. a sudden spring or leap.
    3. a boasting; a bragging.
    Ex. The whole story is a bounce of his own (Thomas De Quincey).

  • bounce
    v.i. 1. to spring into the air like a ball.
    Ex. The baby likes to bounce up and down on the bed.
    2. to come and go, especially noisily, angrily, or excitedly; burst or bound.
    Ex. She bounced out of the room.
    3. to leap; spring.

  • bounce
    v.t. 1. to cause to spring into the air.
    Ex. Bounce the ball to me.
    2. to relay or reflect (a signal or message) by a communications satellite.
    3. (Slang.) to throw out; eject.
    4. (Slang.) to discharge from work or employment.

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