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bounce

noun [C, usually singular]
 
 
/baʊns/
ECONOMICS, FINANCE a sudden increase in value, price, etc.: Dealers took their cue from a strong bounce on Wall Street to push prices higher.a bounce in sth Confidence is growing that we will see a bounce in consumer spending. Today's recovery is being led by a bounce in the technology sector.a bounce back Despite a bounce back in prices after the sales, the volume of business in stores rose in August. →  See also dead cat bounce
Translations of “bounce”
in Arabic ارتِداد…
in Korean 튐…
in Malaysian tenaga…
in French allant…
in Turkish zıplama, sıçrama, hoplama…
in Italian rimbalzo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 彈,反彈, 彈力,彈性…
in Russian скачок, упругость…
in Polish sprężystość, żywotność…
in Vietnamese nghị lực…
in Spanish vitalidad…
in Portuguese rebote, rebatida, ricochete…
in Thai พลังงาน…
in German der Schwung…
in Catalan bot, rebot…
in Japanese はね返り, 弾力性…
in Indonesian energi, keuletan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 弹,反弹, 弹力,弹性…
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