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on the rebound

informal
unhappy and confused because a close, romantic relationship of yours has recently finished: Five months after Nick had left her, she married another man on the rebound.
(Definition of on the rebound from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “on the rebound”
in Chinese (Simplified) (因失恋而)处于心灰意懒的状态…
in Chinese (Traditional) (因失戀而)處於心灰意懶的狀態…
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