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bounce

US [baʊns]
UK [baʊns]
  • n.弹跳;跳动;弹性;活力
  • v.弹跳;反射;拒付;解雇
  • adv.砰地;猛跳
  • Web反弹;弹起;跳起
Simple Present:bounces  Present Participle:bouncing  Past Tense:bounced  
bounce
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v.
离开表面move off surface
1.
[i][t]
(使)弹起,弹跳;反射if sthbounces or youbounce it, it moves quickly away from a surface it has just hit or you make it do this
The ball bounced twice before he could reach it.
球弹跳两次他才接到。
Short sound waves bounce off even small objects.
短声波即使遇到小物体都会产生回音。
The light bounced off the river and dazzled her.
河面上银波粼粼,令她目眩。
She bounced the ball against the wall.
她对着墙打球。
上下移动move up and down
2.
[i]
~ (up and down) (on sth)
(在…上)跳动,蹦to jump up and down on sth
She bounced up and down excitedly on the bed.
她兴奋地在床上蹦蹦跳跳。
3.
[t]
~ sb (up and down) (on sth)
把(小孩)放在膝上颠着玩to move a child up and down while he or she is sitting on your knee in order to entertain him or her
4.
[i][t]
~ (sth) (up and down)
(使)上下晃动to move up and down; to move sth up and down
Her hair bounced as she walked.
她走起路来头发上下晃动。
5.
[i]
+ adv./prep.
(朝某个方向)颠簸行进to move up and down in a particular direction
The bus bounced down the hill.
公共汽车颠簸着开下山去。
有活力地走动move with energy
6.
[i]
+ adv./prep.
活泼兴奋地走,蹦蹦跳跳地去(到某处)to move somewhere in a lively and cheerful way
He bounced across the room to greet them.
他兴奋地冲过房间去迎接他们。
支票cheque
7.
[i][t]
(informal)
~ (sth)
(支票等)被拒付退回;拒付,退回(支票等)if a chequebounces , or a bankbounces it, the bank refuses to accept it because there is not enough money in the account
主意ideas
8.
[t]
~ ideas (off sb)/(around)
(向某人)试探地透露(主意)to tell sb your ideas in order to find out what they think about them
He bounced ideas off colleagues everywhere he went.
他在同事中逢人便试探地大讲他的想法。
计算机技术computing
9.
[i][t]
~ (sth) (back)
(电子邮件)被退回;退回(电子邮件)if an emailbounces or the systembounces it, it returns to the person who sent it because the system cannot deliver it
使离开make sb leave
10.
[t]
(informal)
~ sb (from sth)
解雇;开除;撵走;逐出to force sb to leave a job, team, place, etc.
He was soon bounced from the post.
他不久被解职。
IDM
be bouncing off the walls
(informal)
精力充沛得待不住;激动得难以平静to be so full of energy or so excited that you cannot keep still
n.
动作movement
1.
[c]
弹跳;跳动the action of bouncing
one bounce of the ball
球的一次弹起
a bounce(= increase) in popularity
声望的增加
2.
[u]
弹性;反弹力the ability to bounce or to make sth bounce
There's not much bounce left in these balls.
这些球已没有多少弹性了。
Players complained about the uneven bounce of the tennis court.
运动员抱怨说网球场的反弹力不均匀。
精力energy
3.
[u][c]
活力;精力the energy that a person has
All her old bounce was back.
她完全恢复了以往的活力。
There was a bounce to his step.
他的步伐矫健有力。
头发of hair
4.
[u]
富有弹性;蓬松the quality in a person's hair that shows that it is in good condition and means that it does not lie flat
thin fine hair, lacking in bounce
没有弹性、稀疏纤细的头发
IDM
We've won six matches on the bounce.
我们已经六连胜。
on the bounce
(informal)
接连;连续;相继one after the other, without anything else coming between
We've won six matches on the bounce.
我们已经六连胜。

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