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rebound

US [ˈriˌbaʊnd]
UK [ˈriːˌbaʊnd]
  • v.反弹;回升;弹回;报应
  • n.复兴;反弹球;回弹球;抢篮板球
  • Web减肥反弹;反跳
Simple Present:rebounds  Present Participle:rebounding  Past Tense:rebounded  
rebound
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v.
1.
[i]
~ (from/off sth)
弹回;反弹to bounce back after hitting sth
The ball rebounded from the goalpost and Podolski headed it in.
球从门柱弹回,波多尔斯基头球破门。
2.
[i]
~ (on sb)
报应;反作用于if sth that you dorebounds on you, it has an unpleasant effect on you, especially when the effect was intended for sb else
3.
[i]
回升;反弹to rise again after they have fallen
n.
1.
反弹球;回弹球a ball that hits sth and bounces back
2.
抢篮板球the act of catching the ball after a player has thrown it at the basket and has not scored a point
3.
复兴;振作a positive reaction that happens after sth negative
IDM
on the rebound
(尤指关系破裂之后)在伤心困惑之时while you are sad and confused, especially after a relationship has ended

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