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Translation of "bounce" - English-Turkish dictionary

bounce

verb     /baʊns/
BALL [I, T]
B2 to hit a surface and then move quickly away, or to make something do this vurup sıçramak, zıplamak The ball bounced high into the air.BouncingJumping
JUMP [I]
to jump up and down several times on a soft surface sıçramak, zıplamak, yumuşak zemin üzerinde defalarca aşağı yukarı zıplamak The children loved bouncing on the bed.BouncingJumping
bounce along/around/into, etc
to move somewhere in a happy and energetic way bir yere doğru mutlu ve enerji dolu olarak yürümek, girmek, hareket etmek Sarah bounced into the room with a big smile on her face.Energetic and lively
NOT PAY [I, T]
If a cheque (= piece of printed paper you write on to pay for things) bounces, or a bank bounces it, the bank will not pay it because there is not enough money in the account. (çek) geri gelmek, geri dönmek, protesto olmak Forms of money and methods of payment
(Definition of bounce verb from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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