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  1. rebound

    • IPA[rɪˈbaʊnd]



    • vi.
    • n.
      反彈; 在失意之時;反彈球
    • 過去式:rebounded 過去分詞:rebounded 現在分詞:rebounding

    • 名詞複數:rebounds

    • 釋義
    • 同反義


    • 1. 反彈
    • 2. 產生相反效果 to rebound on sb. 使某人自食其果
    • 3. 回升 the Share Index rebounded to show a twenty-point gain 股票指數回升了20個點


    • 1. 反彈; 在失意之時 I hit/caught the ball on the rebound 我擊中/接住了反彈回來的球 to be on the rebound 在回升
    • 2. 反彈球 to hit/catch the rebound 打到/接到反彈球
    • 3. 回升 a sharp rebound in prices 價格的大幅反彈 I think the paper industry is poised for a rebound 我認為造紙業就要復蘇了


    1. bounce back through the air after hitting something hard

    2. recover in value, amount, or strength after a decrease or decline

    3. (of an event or action) have an unexpected adverse consequence for (someone, especially the person responsible for it)