bounceverbuk /baʊns/ us /baʊns/
bounce verb (JUMP)
- He wasn't even trying to score - the ball just bounced off the jammy beggar's head into the goal.
- He thought the ball had bounced on the line, but the umpire said it was out.
- Martha threw back the covers and bounced out of bed.
- He bounced into the office, full of the joys of spring.
- One of the boys stood there, bouncing a basketball.
bounce verb (NOT PAY)
bounce verb (EMAIL)