bouncing, present participle; bounces, 3rd person singular present; bounced, past tense; bounced, past participle;
(of an object, esp. a ball) Move quickly away from a surface after hitting it; rebound
the ball bounced off the rim
he was bouncing the ball against the wall
the ball bounced away, and he chased it
the puck bounced into the middle of the ice
(of light, sound, or an electronic signal) Come into contact with an object or surface and be reflected
short sound waves bounce off even small objects
(of an e-mail) Be returned to its sender after failing to reach its destination
I tried to email him, but the message bounced
Recover well after a setback
admired for his ability to bounce back from injury
Hit a ball that bounces before reaching a fielder
bouncing out with the bases loaded
bounced a grounder to third
(of a person) Jump repeatedly up and down, typically on something springy
bouncing up and down on the mattress
(of a thing) Move up and down while remaining essentially in the same position
the gangplank bounced under his confident step
Cause (a child) to move lightly up and down on one's knee as a game
I remember how you used to bounce me on your knee
Move in an energetic or happy manner
Linda bounced in through the open front door
(of a vehicle) Move jerkily along a bumpy surface
the car bounced down the narrow track
(of a check) Be returned by a bank when there are insufficient funds to meet it
my rent check bounced
Write (a check) on insufficient funds
I've never bounced a check
Eject (a troublemaker) forcibly from a nightclub or similar establishment
Dismiss (someone) from a job
those who put in a dismal performance will be bounced from the tour
A rebound of a ball or other object
a bad bounce caused the ball to get away from the second baseman
The power of rebounding
a large flange with lots of bounce
An act of jumping or an instance of being moved up and down
every bounce of the truck brought them into fresh contact
a bounce on your knee or a cuddle and pat on the back
A sudden rise in the level of something
economists agree that there could be a bounce in prices next year
the bounce was now back in Jenny's step
Health and body in the hair
use conditioner to help hair regain its bounce
spring back; spring away from an impact; "The rubber ball bounced"; "These particles do not resile but they unite after they collide"
the quality of a substance that is able to rebound
hit something so that it bounces; "bounce a ball"
leap: a light, self-propelled movement upwards or forwards
rebounding from an impact (or series of impacts)
move up and down repeatedly
Road Show (previously titled Bounce) is a musical with music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim and a book by John Weidman. ...
Bounce Streetdance Company is a dance company from Sweden that started 1997. Members include Alvaro Aguilera, Joe Jobe, Ambra Succi, Fredrik "Benke" Rydman, Filmon Michael, David Dalmo and Jennie Widegren. ...
Aaron's Party (Come Get It) is American pop singer Aaron Carter's follow-up to his international debut album. This album was released in 2000 (see 2000 in music).
Bounce is the eighth studio album by American hard rock band Bon Jovi, released on October 8, 2002 on Island Records. Produced by Luke Ebbin, Jon Bon Jovi and Richie Sambora, the album was recorded at Sanctuary II Studio in New Jersey. ...
Non-sufficient funds (NSF) is a term used in the banking industry to indicate that a demand for payment (a check) cannot be honored because insufficient funds are available in the account on which the instrument was drawn. ...
"Bounce" is a song by American rock band Bon Jovi. It was released as the fourth single from the band's 2002 album Bounce to US Rock Radio only, where it peaked at # 39 on the Mainstream rock charts in 2003 .
A change of direction of motion after hitting an obstacle; A movement up and then down (or vice versa), once or repeatedly; An email return with any error; The sack, licensing; A bang, boom; A genre of New Orleans music; Drugs; Swagger; A 'good' beat; A talent for leaping; To change the ...
(Bounced) This simply means that the email you sent, for what ever reason, was not delivered but was instead returned to you with a message which is mostly written in geek-type.
(Bounced) messages returned by the receiving mail server as undeliverable
(Bounces) Email messages that fail to reach their intended destination. "Hard" bounces are caused by invalid email addresses, whereas "soft" bounces are due to temporary conditions, such as full mailboxes.
(Bounces) Emails that have been sent back to sender as the recipient email address was invalid or presently not working.
(Bounces) when bulk email is send it doesn't get delivered to few of the specified addresses.
(BOUNCING) "Breaking up" the tension of a block by the process of changing it to a controlled repetition. (Modifies laryngeal and oral blocks)
(Bouncing) A player is allowed to run with the ball as long as an opposing player is not holding him. However, a player with the ball must bounce or touch the ball to the ground every 50 feet (15 meters).
(Bouncing) Alternate name for Ping-Ponging (playing several tacks with sync playback through a console to mix them together and record them on an open track).
(Bouncing) v. Sport climbing technique used to regain the rock after falling and the climber is hanging free and out of reach of the rock. The climber climbs the rope hand over hand (very strenuous), and then drops. ...
(1) a repeating registration problem in the printing stage of production. (2) Customer unhappy with the results of a printing project and refuses to accept the project.
Sudden variations in picture presentation (brightness, size, etc.,) independent of scene illumination.