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verb. ['ˈbaʊns'] spring back; spring away from an impact.
- kick back
- bound off
Rhymes with Bounce
How do you pronounce bounce?
Pronounce bounce as baʊns.
US - How to pronounce bounce in American English
UK - How to pronounce bounce in British English
Sentences with bounce
1. Noun, singular or mass
Face center and booty bounce with hands at your chest and elbows out to the side.
2. Verb, base form
Today, fishermen send these signals in the hopes that they will bounce of off that night's dinner.
3. Verb, non-3rd person singular present
Thrust your arms out and open your legs to the sides as you bounce on the ball.
Quotes about bounce
1. Success is how high you bounce when you hit bottom.
- George S. Patton
2. I've learned in most areas of my life, to bounce heated choices off other people. Co-workers, my agent, my wife, a sponsor, etc. A majority of the time, that keeps me on the right side of things.
- Kurt Sutter
3. Every friendship goes through ups and downs. Dysfunctional patterns set in; external situations cause internal friction; you grow apart and then bounce back together.
- Mariella Frostrup
verb. ['ˈbaʊns'] hit something so that it bounces.
- drop out
verb. ['ˈbaʊns'] move up and down repeatedly.
- switch on
noun. ['ˈbaʊns'] the quality of a substance that is able to rebound.
noun. ['ˈbaʊns'] a light, self-propelled movement upwards or forwards.
verb. ['ˈbaʊns'] leap suddenly.
- turn in
verb. ['ˈbaʊns'] come back after being refused.
noun. ['ˈbaʊns'] rebounding from an impact (or series of impacts).
- attend to
verb. ['ˈbaʊns'] refuse to accept and send back.
- turn down
- pass up
verb. ['ˈbaʊns'] eject from the premises.
- boot out
- chuck out
- turf out
- turn out
- autumnal equinox