Sources: Adso Chinese-English Dictionary; CC-CEDICT
The child has the capacity to bounce back from loss, trauma, or abuse.
And while you wait for it to bounce back, annuity rates could fall.
Lazio have taken their foot off the pedal in Serie A and they will be hoping to bounce back from their unexpected 2-0 loss to Atalanta last week.
Some instinct had startled them, and they turned their backs on the train and began to bounce away through the grass, their motion as graceful as any ballerina's.
Tell the children not to bounce up and down on the bed.
Every day something will try to push you out of balance (and most of the time this “something ” will succeed) but every time you will be able to bounce back to your balance.
All at once, the three children's faces lit up, and they began to bounce around in the back seat, laughing and chattering.
Bush dribbled the ball expecting it to bounce back up but it died on the carpet, eliciting a roar of laughter from the Heat players.
The lads knew they had played badly in that game and it was important to bounce back quickly and that ’s what we did.
A recession - induced dearth of business travellers helped drive circulation down by 17%, but it ought to bounce back.