- v. 弹回；振作；反作用于
- n. 篮板球；弹回
a movement back from an impact
a reaction to a crisis or setback or frustration;
"he is still on the rebound from his wife's death"
the act of securing possession of the rebounding basketball after a missed shot
spring back; spring away from an impact;
"The rubber ball bounced"
"These particles do not resile but they unite after they collide"
return to a former condition;
"The jilted lover soon rallied and found new friends"
"The stock market rallied"
- Light will rebound from a shiny surface.
- The ball rebounded from/off the wall into the pond.
- Stock prices rebounded today after yesterday's sharp fall.
- His evil doings will rebound upon himself.
- The scheme rebounded on her in a way she had not expected.
- He was elbowed in the face, trying to get the rebound.
- The crowd watched intently as the ball player scored rebound.
- There was a scramble for the rebound.
- There are signs of an economic rebound.
- She quarrelled with Paul and then married Peter on the rebound.
- rebound hypoglycemia 反跳性低血糖...
- rebound tackling 抢反弹球
- rebound strain 弹性应变
- elastic rebound 弹性回跃
- rebound valve 单向阀,回跳阀...
- rebound shot 补篮
- rebound recovery 抢篮板球
- rebound test 回跳试验,回弹试验,...
- rebound elasticity 弹回性,回弹性...
- defensive rebound 后场篮板球
- rebound separator 弹返式分级机...
- rebound curve 回弹曲线
- rebound phenomenon 复发现象,回缩现象,...
- rebound hammer 回弹锤
- rebound triangle 队员为抢篮板球在篮下...
- on the rebound 弹回之际或之后...
- rebound on 有意想不到的影响...
- rebind 重捆
- catch someone on the rebound 利用某人(遭受挫折后...
- take someone on the rebound 利用某人(遭受挫折后...
A rebound after a shot had been blocked by the goalmouth.出自：Dumfries Courier
A leaden downpour..rebounded from her silvery raincoat.出自： E. Bowen