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Translation of "bounce" - English-Spanish dictionary

bounce

verb   /baʊns/ ( present participle bouncing, past tense and past participle bounced)
to hit a surface and then move quickly away, or to make something do this botar, rebotar The ball bounced high into the air.
to jump up and down many times on a soft surface saltar The children love to bounce on the bed.
noun   /baʊns/
an act of bouncing, or the quality that makes something able to bounce bote, rebote
(Definition of bounce from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

bounce

verb /bauns/
to (cause to) spring or jump back from a solid surface hacer botar, botar, rebotar She was bouncing a ball against the wall The children were bouncing up and down on a trampoline.
(of a cheque/check) to be sent back unpaid, because of lack of money in a bank account. ser rechazado por el banco I tried to pay his cheque/check into my bank account, but it bounced.
bouncer noun
someone whose job is to stop unwanted people from entering a club or bar, and to make people leave if they are behaving badly Portero de Discoteca a nightclub bouncer.
(in cricket) a ball thrown very fast that rises above the batsman’s chest after it bounces Bouncer He bowled a couple of nasty bouncers.
bouncing adjective
strong and lively robusto a bouncing baby.
(Definition of bounce from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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