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Noun(1) a movement back from an impact(2) a reaction to a crisis or setback or frustration(3) the act of securing possession of the rebounding basketball after a missed shot
Verb(1) provide with a new binding(2) spring back; spring away from an impact(3) return to a former condition
(1) The incident renewed concern an attack would damage confidence in the US economy and short-circuit an economic rebound .(2) Problems with vivid dreams, nightmares and rebound insomnia have also been reported.(3) Some companies have the courage and capital to spend during a slump in order to reap bigger profits when the rebound comes(4) The physical examination reveals the patient is in minimal distress with right lower quadrant pain and rebound tenderness and guarding on palpation.(5) It would buy you more time for the stock markets to recover and thus your fund value to rebound .(6) The dollar fell for a third day this week, tracking a decline in stocks, on concern a sluggish economic rebound will drive investors away from US investments.(7) It is generally reserved for abortive therapy of severe migraines, and rebound headache is unlikely.(8) Trezeguet taps in the rebound but he was offside when the shot was hit.(9) The authors conclude that it is not necessary to keep infants in the hospital to check for rebound serum bilirubin levels in infants treated with phototherapy.(10) they revealed a big rebound in profits for last year(11) The main reason behind the rebound in employment is the rebound in corporate profits.(12) rebound hypertension(13) And it was the economic rebound that attracted them, not just lower interest rates, she added.(14) Now in the news, the Fed raises a key interest rate, despite signs the economic rebound may be slowing.(15) The longer the war takes, the longer we await an economic rebound .(16) Do not discontinue beta-blockers abruptly, since rebound tachycardia can occur.
1. recoil ::
2. bounce ::
3. recover ::
4. backfire ::
5. rally ::
6. ricochet ::
Different Formsrebound, rebounded, rebounding, rebounds
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