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English definition of “rebound”

rebound

verb [I]  /ˈri·bɑʊnd, rɪˈbɑʊnd/ us  
to return to an earlier and better condition; improve: Older athletes find it harder to rebound from injuries. If a ball or other object rebounds, it bounces back after hitting a hard surface.
rebound
noun [C/U]  /ˈri·bɑʊnd/ us  
[U] The artist is on the rebound from his midcareer slump.
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