- vi. 弹起；重新恢复；退票
- vt. 使弹起；解雇；驱逐
- n. 弹跳；弹力；活力
- vt. & vi. 弹回 spring back when sent against sth hard
- [C]弹跳 act of bouncing
- [U]活力,生气 liveliness; vitality
the quality of a substance that is able to rebound
a light, self-propelled movement upwards or forwards
rebounding from an impact (or series of impacts)
spring back; spring away from an impact;
"The rubber ball bounced"
"These particles do not resile but they unite after they collide"
hit something so that it bounces;
"bounce a ball"
move up and down repeatedly
come back after being refused;
"the check bounced"
"He bounced to his feet"
refuse to accept and send back;
"bounce a check"
eject from the premises;
"The ex-boxer's job is to bounce people who want to enter this private club"
- The ball hit the wall and bounced off it.
- She's had many misfortunes in her life but she always bounces back.
- He is young enough to bounce back from this disappointment.
- I hope this cheque doesn't bounce.
- I bounced the baby on my knee.
- After starting a fight, he was bounced from the pub.
- The volleyball gave a high bounce.
- There's not much bounce left in these balls.
- She came back full of confidence and bounce.
- A rubber ball bounces well.
- The child bounced on the bed.
- He bounced the ball against the wall.
- He caught a ball on the first bounce.
- He's got a lot of bounce.
- bounce along (v.+prep.)
以上上下下的动作沿着某方向移动 move in the specified direction with an up and down motion
bounce along sth
The new car bounced along the bumpy mountain road.
- bounce back (v.+adv.)
受挫折后恢复原状 recover well after a setback
Although fatigue shows readily on Carter, he bounces back quickly.
- bounce into (v.+prep.)
以上上下下的动作进入 move into with an up and down motion
bounce into sth
Bertha came bouncing into the room.
The whole story is a bounce of his own.出自： De Quincey
All the glow and bounce and boyishness had gone out of him.出自： L. P. Hartley
- ☆ 13世纪初期进入英语，直接源自中古英语的bunsen，意为重击。