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Meaning of “bounce back” - Learner’s Dictionary

bounce back

phrasal verb with bounce
 
 
/baʊns/ verb
to be successful or happy again after a failure, disappointment, etc: After a terrible start the team bounced back and won the game.Recovering from illnessRestoring and reviving
If an email bounces back, it is returned to you because the address is not correct or there is a computer problem.Internet terminology and abbreviations
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