bounce

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bounce englannista suomeksi

  1. hyppely, pomppiminen, ponnahdus, pompinta, pompahdus

  2. ponnahtaa

  3. kimpoaminen, pomppu

  4. palautua

  5. hyppyyttää, pomputtaa, pompottaa, hyppäyttää

  6. syöksähtää, pompata

  7. kieltäytyä

  8. torjua

  9. pomppia

  10. kimmoisuus

  1. Verbi

  2. kimmota, ponnahtaa, pompata

  3. hyppiä, pomppia

  4. tulla hylätyksi">tulla hylätyksi, kelvata / ei kelvata

  5. olla katteeton">olla katteeton not to have cover, kirjoittaa katteeton shekki">kirjoittaa katteeton shekki to write a check which has no cover

  6. pompottaa, pomputtaa, hyppyyttää, hyppäyttää

  7. bounssata

  8. Substantiivi

  9. kimpoaminen, ponnahdus, pomppu

  10. pomppiminen, pompinta, hyppely

bounce englanniksi

  1. To change the direction of motion after hitting an obstacle.

  2. (ux)

  3. To move quickly up and then down, or vice versa, once or repeatedly.

  4. (quote-journal)

  5. To cause to move quickly up and down, or back and forth, once or repeatedly.

  6. To suggest or introduce (an idea, etc.) to (''off'' or ''by'') somebody, in order to gain feedback.

  7. To leap or spring suddenly or unceremoniously; to bound.

  8. (RQ:Swift On Mr. Pulteney's Being Put Out of the Counci)

  9. Out bounced the mastiff.
  10. To move rapidly (between).

  11. To be refused by a bank because it is drawn on insufficient funds.

  12. To fail to cover (gloss) (a draft presented against one's account).

  13. To leave.

  14. To eject violently, as from a room; to discharge unceremoniously, as from employment.

  15. 1946, ''Yachting'' (volume 80, page 46)

  16. Nobody took umbrage and bounced me out of the Union for being a pro.
  17. (sometimes employing the preposition ''with'') To have intercourse.

  18. To attack unexpectedly.

  19. To turn power off and back on; to reset.

  20. To return undelivered.

  21. To land hard and lift off again due to excess momentum.

  22. To land hard at unsurvivable velocity with fatal results.

  23. To mix (two or more tracks of a multi-track audio tape recording) and record the result onto a single track, in order to free up tracks for further material to be added.

  24. To bully; to scold.

  25. (RQ:Beaumont Fletcher Comedies and Tragedies)

  26. To boast; to bluster.

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

  28. (RQ:Swift Squire Bickerstaff Detecte)

  29. Another bounces as hard as he can knock.
  30. A change of direction of motion after hitting the ground or an obstacle.

  31. A movement up and then down (or vice versa), once or repeatedly.

  32. An email that returns to the sender because of a delivery failure.

  33. The sack, dismissal.

  34. (quote-book)

  35. A bang, boom.

  36. 1773, (w), ''Stoops to Conquer|She Stoops to Conquer''

  37. I don't value her resentment the bounce of a cracker.
  38. A drink based on brandy(w).

  39. (quote-journal)| month=May| year=1870| volume=VI| page=203| pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=MAUDAAAAIAAJ&pg=PA203|oclc=963571888| passage=A prologue of cherry bounce,—brandy,—preceded the entertainment, which was enlivened by hob-nobs and joyous toasts.

  40. (quote-book)|chapter=6| title=http://openlibrary.org/works/OL5535161W Mr. Pratt's Patients| passage=He had one hand on the bounce bottle—and he'd never let go of that since he got back to the table—but he had a handkerchief in the other and was swabbing his deadlights with it.

  41. A heavy, sudden, and often noisy, blow or thump.

  42. (RQ:Dryden The Despairing Love)

  43. The bounce burst open|ope the door.
  44. Bluster; brag; untruthful boasting; audacious exaggeration; an impudent lie; a bouncer.

  45. (RQ:De Quincey On Murde)

  46. And, in fact, the whole story is a bounce of his own. For, in a most abusive letter which he wrote “to a learned person,” (meaning Wallis the mathematician,) he gives quite another account of the matter
  47. ''canicula'', a European dogfish.

  48. A genre of hip-hop music of Orleans, characterized by often lewd call-and-response chants.

  49. Drugs.

  50. Swagger.

  51. A good beat in music.

  52. A talent for leaping.