rebound

  1. a movement back from an impact
  2. a reaction to a crisis or setback or frustration

rebound

v. To spring back after a weight has been removed.
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rebound

[n] - a reaction to a crisis or setback or frustration 2. [n] - the act of securing possession of the rebounding basketball after a missed shot
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Rebound

Pain on removal of pressure
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Rebound

Rebound: Return of the original symptoms when maneuvers or treatment is discontinued.
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Rebound

Re·bound' (re*bound') intransitive verb [ Prefix re- + bound : confer French rebondir .] 1. To spring back; to start back; to be sent back or reverberated by elastic force on collision with another body; as, a rebounding echo. « Bodies which are absolutely ha...
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Rebound

Re·bound' transitive verb To send back; to reverberate. « Silenus sung; the vales his voice rebound Dryden.
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Rebound

Re·bound' noun The act of rebounding; resilience. « Flew . . . back, as from a rock, with swift rebound Dryden.
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rebound

Just like a rebound in basketball when the ball reverses its course and bounces back off the backboard, in medicine a rebound is a reversal of response upon withdrawal of the stimulus. ... (12 Dec 1998) ...
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rebound

noun the act of securing possession of the rebounding basketball after a missed shot
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rebound

(re´bound) a reversed response occurring upon withdrawal of a stimulus. acid rebound an increased rate of gastric acid secretion occurring 30 to 60 minutes after eating. heparin rebound the return of anticoagulant activity following neutralization of hepari...
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Rebound

• (v. t.) To send back; to reverberate. • (n.) The act of rebounding; resilience. • (v. i.) To give back an echo. • (v. i.) To bound again or repeatedly, as a horse. • (v. i.) To spring back; to start back; to be sent back or reverberated by elastic force on collision with another body; as, a rebounding echo.Rebound: words ...
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Rebound

(from the article `Stewart, Donald Ogden`) ...witty repartee of its members, Dorothy Parker, Robert Benchley, and others. In 1928 he made his New York City acting debut as Nick Potter in ...
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rebound

(from the article `basketball`) Both teams attempting to gain possession of the ball after any try for a basket that is unsuccessful, but the ball does not go out-of-bounds and ...
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Rebound

[disambiguation] Asnières – Gennevilliers – Les Courtilles or Saint-Denis – Université ...
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Rebound

[song] `Rebound` is a song by American indie rock band Sebadoh, from their 1994 album Bakesale. It was released as a CD Single and 7` vinyl record. A solo acoustic version appears as a b-side on the song`s US single, and on the 2011 Bakesale reissue. A music video was made for the song. ==Tracklisting== US CD Single (SP284b) UK 7` Single (R...
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Rebound

[video game] Rebound is a 2 player arcade game by Atari Inc., originally released in February 1974. The game simulates a volleyball match, having players volley a ball back and forth over a net with their paddles. Rebound is also the first game that was cloned and released under the then hidden Atari subsidiary Kee Games, as Spike. ==Techno...
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Rebound

[dating] A rebound is an undefined period following the break up of a romantic relationship. The term`s use dates to at least the 1830s, when Mary Russell Mitford wrote of `nothing so easy as catching a heart on the rebound`. The term may also refer to a romantic relationship that a person has during the rebound period, or to the partner in...
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Rebound

Wet shotcrete or sand and cement which bounces away from a surface again at which pneumatically applied mortar is being projected.
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rebound

when a player grabs a ball that is coming off the rim or backboard after a shot attempt; see offensive rebound and defensive rebound.
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rebound

a puck that bounces off the goalie`s body or equipment.
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Rebound

When a shot hits a goaltender and bounces back into play it is known as a rebound. Red line: The center line that divides the rink. Referee: The referee is the main official in charge of the game. The referee calls all penalties and indicates when goals are scored. RICE: RICE is an acronym that is useful in remembering i...
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rebound

Type: Term Pronunciation: rē′bownd Definitions: 1. Act or condition of recovery or improvement in a patient.
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Rebound

this occurs when the price of an instrument starts to recover.
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Rebound

[basketball] A rebound in basketball is the act of successfully gaining possession of the basketball after a missed field goal or free throw. Rebounds in basketball are a routine part in the game, as all possessions change after a shot is successfully made. == Types of rebounds == A ball does not need to actually `rebound` off the rim or ba...
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