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2 Translation results for bounce in Spanish

verb | noun

bounce verb

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bounced, has bounced, is bouncing, bounces
hacer rebotar; rebotar

Example sentences of
bounce verb

  • He was bouncing a tennis ball against the garage door.
  • She's been bouncing the ball back and forth.
  • The children love to bounce on the bed.
  • The winner bounced up and down with delight.
  • Her curls bounced as she jumped.
  • He bounced the baby on his knee.
  • She gave me a check for 20 dollars, but the check bounced, and I never got the money.
  • He bounced a 100-dollar check at the grocery store.
  • The store charges a $15 fee for a bounced check.

bounce noun

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Example sentences of
bounce noun

  • The ball took a high bounce over the shortstop's head.
  • He caught the ball on the first bounce.
  • a basketball that has lost all its bounce
  • The shampoo promises to give limp hair lots of bounce.
  • After the debates, she enjoyed a big bounce in the election polls.

Phrasal verbs for bounce

Reverse translation for bounce

rebotar  - to bounce, to ricochet, to rebound 
rebote  - bounce, rebound, ricochet 
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