rebounded, past participle; rebounded, past tense; rebounding, present participle; rebounds, 3rd person singular present;
Bounce back through the air after hitting a hard surface or object
his shot hammered into the post and rebounded across the goal
Recover in value, amount, or strength after a previous decrease or decline
NASDAQ rebounded to show a twenty-point gain
(of an event or situation) Have an unexpected adverse consequence for (someone, esp. the person responsible for it)
Nicholas's tricks are rebounding on him
Gain possession of a missed shot after it bounces off the backboard or basket rim
(in sporting contexts) A ball or shot that bounces back after striking a hard surface
he blasted the rebound into the net
A recovery of possession of a missed shot
An instance of increasing in value, amount, or strength after a previous decline
they revealed a big rebound in profits for last year
The recurrence of a medical condition, esp. after withdrawal of medication
bounce: spring back; spring away from an impact; "The rubber ball bounced"; "These particles do not resile but they unite after they collide"
recoil: a movement back from an impact
a reaction to a crisis or setback or frustration; "he is still on the rebound from his wife's death"
rally: return to a former condition; "The jilted lover soon rallied and found new friends"; "The stock market rallied"
the act of securing possession of the rebounding basketball after a missed shot
Rebound! is a Swedish boyband pop duo established in 2010. Rebound! (written many times as REbound!) is made up of Rabih Jaber and Eddie Razaz.
Rebound is a 2009 American film by Afdhere Jama set in San Francisco. The film follows the life of a young gay man who is dealing with the aftermath of a breakup.
Rebound is a 2 player arcade game by Atari Inc., originally released in February of 1974. The game simulates a volleyball match, having players volley a ball back and forth over a net with their paddles. ...
Rebound is a fictional comic book character created by Scott Wherle and Ted Wing III.
A rebound is an undefined period following the break up of a romantic relationship. The term's colloquial use in the United States can be dated to at least the early 1980s. ...
Rebound is a 2005 comedy film starring Martin Lawrence. The film was directed by Steve Carr.
The recoil of an object bouncing off another; A return to health or well-being; a recovery; An effort to recover from a setback; A romantic partner for the sake of getting over a recent relationship; The strike of the ball after it has bounced off a defending player, the crossbar or goalpost; ...
(Rebounding) An attempt by any basketball player to secure possession of the basketball following a try ot tap for goal. In a rebounding situation there is no player or team control. ...
(Rebounding) Moving from one block/strike to another. For example, Delayed Sword into Sword of Destruction into Shielding Hammer
(Rebounds) Not every shot you take will go in the basket. When a shot misses, someone has to get it. A missed shot picked up by someone on the court (technically, before it bounces) is a rebound. Rebounds are good.
The part of suspension travel during which the shock returns to its starting position.
A repair, where the entire binding has been replaced by a new one.
In shock absorbers, a rebound adjustment is a change to the dampening of the shock on the expansion stroke. Without rebound dampening, the car would tend to bounce as it passes over bumps on the track. ...
this occurs when the price of an instrument starts to recover.
Securing the ball off the backboard or the rim after a missed field goal or free-throw attempt.
A measure of the resilience, usually as a percentage of vertical return of a body which has fallen and bounced.
when a player grabs a ball that is coming off the rim or backboard after a shot attempt; see offensive rebound and defensive rebound.
(1) A missed shot that comes off the backboard or rim. (2) To fight for and gain control of a missed shot that comes off the backboard or rim.
A rebound occurs when the puck bounces off a goalie, a player, or the net (or occasionally, the back boards) after a shot on goal.
An arrow that bounces off the scoring area of a target.