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Adjective
In good health
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“Come the end of January there will be a brand new bouncing baby gurgling away.”
Adjective
Showing or characterized by great energy and movement
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Excellent, very fun
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Of facial complexion, smooth, with attractive yellow-pink coloring
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Surging
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The act of evicting
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axUS
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“For the last five minutes, they had been bouncing soccer balls from one knee to the other, not letting them touch the ground.”
Verb
Present participle for to rebound or ricochet off something
“Snapper threw his stone and watched it bounce off the wall, leaving a small white mark at the impact site.”
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Present participle for to jump repeatedly up and down, typically on something springy
“You can take a ride on the rollercoaster, or you can just take it easy and bounce around in the bouncy castle.”
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Present participle for to walk or cavort with a spring in one's step
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“I run and bounce excitedly through my tunnel of teammates in a moment that I feel is truly beautiful.”
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Present participle for to move or travel with much jolting
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“As they warm up, the air molecules inside the balloon will begin to bounce around inside the balloon with increasing velocity.”
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Present participle for to discharge from a job or position
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“Marston, who first gained fame when President Carter decided to bounce him from his post as U.S. attorney in Philadelphia, was back in the headlines last week.”
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Present participle for to expel or send away, especially permanently
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“And out in the corridor, a couple of cops stood around, ready to bounce the drunks and the moochers.”
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Present participle for to put forward for consideration
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“A conference call or round table would provide an opportunity to bounce a few ideas off everyone or open it up for general discussion.”
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(British, informal) Present participle for to pressurize (someone) into doing something
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“Whether Felipe himself saw things the same way, we cannot know, but clearly Garcia Marquez was hoping to bounce him into supporting his long-term strategy.”
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Present participle for to move (a baby or young child) up and down in a playful or affectionate way
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Present participle for to prohibit or interdict the participation or inclusion of
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Present participle for to go or move in an exaggeratedly impatient or angry manner
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Present participle for supersede and replace
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Present participle for to protrude or extend outwardly
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