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  1. rebound

    • v.
      bounce back through the air after hitting a hard surface or object;recover in value, amount, or strength after a previous decrease or decline
    • n.
      (in sporting contexts) a ball or shot that bounces back after striking a hard surface;a recovery of possession of a missed shot.
    • verb: rebound, 3rd person present: rebounds, gerund or present participle: rebounding, past tense: rebounded, past participle: rebounded

    • noun: rebound, plural noun: rebounds

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    • 1. (in sporting contexts) a ball or shot that bounces back after striking a hard surface he blasted the rebound into the net
    • a recovery of possession of a missed shot.
    • an instance of increasing in value, amount, or strength after a previous decline they revealed a big rebound in profits for last year
    • the recurrence of a medical condition, especially after withdrawal of medication rebound hypertension
    • v.
      give a new binding to (a book): the Book of Kells was repaired and rebound in 1953 in four volumes

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • v.
      give a new binding to (a book): the Book of Kells was repaired and rebound in 1953 in four volumes

    Oxford Dictionary

    • ph.
      still affected by the emotional distress caused by the ending of a romantic or sexual relationship

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • ph.
      while still distressed by the ending of a romantic relationship

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    • v.
      bounce back through the air after hitting something hard: his shot hammered into the post and rebounded across the goal
    • n.
      (in sporting contexts) a ball or shot that bounces back after striking a hard surface: he blasted the rebound into the net

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    • IPA[riːˈbaʊnd]

    英式

    • v.
      past and past participle of rebind

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    • IPA[rēˈbound]

    美式

    • v.
      past and past participle of rebind

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