Pronunciation of Bounce  


English Meaning

To strike or thump, so as to rebound, or to make a sudden noise; a knock loudly.

  1. To rebound after having struck an object or a surface.
  2. To move jerkily; bump: The car bounced over the potholes.
  3. To bound: children bouncing into the room.
  4. To be sent back by a bank as valueless: a check that bounced.
  5. Baseball To hit a ground ball to an infielder: The batter bounced out to the shortstop.
  6. To cause to strike an object or a surface and rebound: bounce a ball on the sidewalk.
  7. To present or propose for comment or approval. Often used with off: bounced a few ideas off my boss.
  8. Slang To expel by force.
  9. Slang To dismiss from employment. See Synonyms at dismiss.
  10. To write (a check) on an overdrawn bank account.
  11. A rebound.
  12. A sudden bound, spring, or leap.
  13. The capacity to rebound; spring: a ball with bounce.
  14. Spirit; liveliness.
  15. Slang Expulsion; dismissal.
  16. Chiefly British Loud, arrogant speech; bluster.
  17. bounce back To recover quickly, as from a setback: The patient bounced back to good health.

Malayalam Meaning

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× ഉത്‌പാദിക്കുക - Uthpaadhikkuka | Uthpadhikkuka
× ചാട്ടം - Chaattam | Chattam
× ഉന്മേഷാവസ്ഥ - Unmeshaavastha | Unmeshavastha
× ചാടിവീഴുക - Chaadiveezhuka | Chadiveezhuka
× ധിക്കാരം - Dhikkaaram | Dhikkaram
× അകസ്‌മിക ആഘാതം - Akasmika Aaghaatham | Akasmika aghatham
× വളവ് - Valavu
× ചാടുക - Chaaduka | Chaduka


The Usage is actually taken from the Verse(s) of English+Malayalam Holy Bible.


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