bounce a ball

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  • bounce — [bouns] vt. bounced, bouncing [ME bounsen, to thump; ? akin to Du bonzen & LowG bunsen, to thump, strike] 1. Archaic to bump or thump 2. to cause to hit against a surface so as to spring back [to bounce a ball ] ☆ 3. Slang to put (an undesirable… …   English World dictionary

  • bounce — [c]/baʊns / (say bowns) verb (bounced, bouncing) –verb (i) 1. to move with a bound, and rebound, as a ball: a ball bounces back from the wall. 2. to burst ebulliently (into or out of): to bounce into and out of a room. 3. to boast; show off. 4.… …   Australian English dictionary

  • bounce — bounceable, adj. bounceably, adv. /bowns/, v., bounced, bouncing, n., adv. v.i. 1. to spring back from a surface in a lively manner: The ball bounced off the wall. 2. to strike the ground or other surface, and rebound: The ball bounced once… …   Universalium

  • ball — 1 noun (C) 1 TO PLAY WITH a round object that is thrown, kicked, or hit in a game or sport: Bounce the ball to me. | a tennis ball 2 ROUND SHAPE something formed or rolled into a round shape: a ball of string | Shape the dough into balls. 3 the… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • Ball in a cup — Infobox Game title = Ball in a cup subtitle = Balero image link = image caption = Typical ball in a cup toy players = 1 ages = 3+ setup time = None playing time = About 30 seconds to a few minutes per round random chance = Low skills = Hand eye… …   Wikipedia

  • bounce — I. verb (bounced; bouncing) Etymology: Middle English bounsen Date: 13th century transitive verb 1. obsolete beat, bump 2. to cause to rebound or be reflected < bounce a ball > …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • bounce out — verb bounce a ball so that it becomes an out (Freq. 1) • Topics: ↑baseball, ↑baseball game • Hypernyms: ↑bounce • Verb Frames: Somebody s something …   Useful english dictionary

  • Bounce (Golf) — Bounce ist beim Golfschläger der Winkel in Grad zwischen der in Spielrichtung vorderen Kante des Schlägerkopfes und der Stelle, an der die Sohle in der Ansprechposition den Boden berührt. Übliche Werte liegen zwischen 2° (langes Eisen) und 12°… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • bounce — ► VERB 1) spring quickly up or away from a surface after hitting it. 2) move or jump up and down repeatedly. 3) (of light or sound) reflect back from a surface. 4) (bounce back) recover well after a setback or problem. 5) informal (of a cheque)… …   English terms dictionary

  • bounce back from something — bounce back (from (something)) 1. to become healthy again. I bounced back in just a few days after the operation. 2. to return to a good condition. The economy seems to have bounced back from the recession very quickly. Etymology: based on the… …   New idioms dictionary

  • bounce back from — bounce back (from (something)) 1. to become healthy again. I bounced back in just a few days after the operation. 2. to return to a good condition. The economy seems to have bounced back from the recession very quickly. Etymology: based on the… …   New idioms dictionary

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