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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} sekme
(Askeri) fırlama
çarpıp geri sıçra
geri tepmek
(basketbol) ribaund
çarpıp geri gelmek
geri sıçramak
(Spor) Basketbolda rakip oyuncunun topu potaya atıp girmemesinden dolayı veya şuta yapılan bloktan sonra topa sahip olmak
{i} reaksiyon
{i} yansıma
{i} rezonans
geri sıçrama
(Tıp) Uyarının kesilmesini takiben dokunun yeni bir güçle, tam kasılma veya tamg evşeme tarzında refleks hareket göstermesi, geri tepme
yeniden ciltlenmiş
{i} k.dili. hayal kırıklığından sonraki tepki
rebound sek
{f} geri sekmek
{i} spor ribaunt
hayal kırıklığından sonraki tepki
{i} tepki
{i} geri sekme
rebound,v.çarpıp geri sıçra: n.geri sekme
{i} geri gelme
geri tepme
rebound curve
boşaltma eğrisi
rebound hammer
(İnşaat) beton çekici
rebound hardness test
geri tepme sertlik deneyi
rebound hyperglycemia
(Tıp) posthipoglisemik hiperglisemi
rebound lever pin
(Avcılık) yerine getirici iğne
rebound number
geri tepme sayısı
rebound of pile
kazığın geri tepmesi
rebound rate
(Spor) rebound oranı
rebound slide
(Avcılık) tetik sürgüsü
rebound slide spring
(Avcılık) yerine getirici süngü yayı
rebound slud
(Avcılık) yerine getirici mekanizma pimi
rebound stop
sekme tamponu
withdrawal and rebound
(Tıp) geri çekme ve geri tepme
on the rebound
öfkeyle kalkıp
on the rebound
on the rebound
non-rebound hammer
non-rebound çekiç
the rebound
make rebound
on the rebound
(deyim) mutsuz bir ask macerasindan sonra iyilesmekte
(Otomotiv) geri sıçrama
to rebound
geri sekmek
İngilizce - İngilizce
The strike of the ball after it has bounced off a defending player or the crossbar or goalpost
A return to health or well-being; a recovery

I am on the rebound.

An errant shot
An instance of rebounding, generally credited to a particular player
To bound or spring back from a force
To jump up or get back up again
Simple past tense and past participle of rebind
A gaining of possession of an errant, usually after it bounces off a backboard or the rim of the basket
An effort to recover from a setback

Never date anyone who is on the rebound.

{n} the act of flying back
Gather in and gain control of a missed shot; a missed shot that is retrieved See the interpretations for Rebound analysis at Formulas > EBA
The return of original symptoms when treatment stops
when a player grabs a ball that is coming off the rim or backboard after a shot attempt; see offensive rebound and defensive rebound
A swing to a high level of glucose (sugar) in the blood after having a low level See also: Somogyi effect
The extension of an air actuator beyond its design height (099)
A puck that bounces off the goalie's body or equipment
Also called upwarping, this is the uplift of a regional area of the Earth's crust, usually as a result of the release of isostatic pressure, e g melting of an ice sheet
past of rebind
body or equipment
(n) a missed shot that bounces off the backboard or basket; (v) to go to the net and gain control of the ball after a missed shot
Gather in and gain control of a missed shot; a missed shot that is retrieved
a reaction to a crisis or setback or frustration; "he is still on the rebound from his wife's death"
{i} ball which bounces back away from the basket (Basketball); puck that bounces back away from the goal (Hockey)
To bound again or repeatedly, as a horse
This term has nothing to do with basketball What it refers to is the suspension springing back after it's been momentarily compressed (See Jounce)
In basketball, a rebound is a shot which someone catches after it has hit the board behind the basket
return to a former condition; "The jilted lover soon rallied and found new friends"; "The stock market rallied"
If an action or situation rebounds on you, it has an unpleasant effect on you, especially when this effect was intended for someone else. Mia realised her trick had rebounded on her The CIA was extremely wary of interfering with the foreign Press; in the past, such interference had rebounded
Confession of personal sins leading to restoration of fellowship (1 John 1: 9)
Depressed under the weight of the glaciers, the surface of the earth in the North Country is slowly, very slowly bouncing back Since the recession of the glaciers, the earth's crust in northeastern Minnesota has rebounded some 330', a rise which continues today
{f} spring back, bounce back
a movement back from an impact
The motion of a wheel that extends the suspension The opposite of jounce
spring back; spring away from an impact; "The rubber ball bounced"; "These particles do not resile but they unite after they collide"
To give back an echo
To send back; to reverberate
1) A carom of the ball off the backboard after a missed shot 2) Gaining possession of the ball after it has come off the backboard As a verb, to get a rebound See defensive rebound; offensive rebound
To gain possession from an errant shot
the act of securing possession of the rebounding basketball after a missed shot a reaction to a crisis or setback or frustration; "he is still on the rebound from his wife's death
The act of rebounding; resilience
binding other than the original
the act of securing possession of the rebounding basketball after a missed shot
To spring back; to start back; to be sent back or reverberated by elastic force on collision with another body; as, a rebounding echo
If you say that someone is on the rebound, you mean that they have just ended a relationship with a girlfriend or boyfriend. This often makes them do things they would not normally do. He took heroin for the first time when he was on the rebound from a broken relationship
If something rebounds from a solid surface, it bounces or springs back from it. His shot in the 21st minute of the game rebounded from a post The hot liquid splashed down on the concrete and rebounded
rebound relationship
A relationship proceeding a longterm relationship, usually short in duration and used to help mend the "broken heart"
rebound tenderness
Pain felt upon removal of pressure on the abdomen
rebound tenderness
pain felt when a hand pressing on the abdomen is suddenly released; a symptom of peritoneal inflammation
One who rebounds
Agent noun of rebound; one who rebounds; resilient
A rebound
To bind again
The existing binding is removed, fan glued and cased into a new cover
{f} retie, refasten with string or bands
Remove the hard cover and the original leaf attachment, affix new endsheets and fit the volume with a new case
To bind again a book previously bound; usually used in reference to a book taken apart for use as camera-ready copy, which must then be assembled in the original order and recovered using the original case to top
provide with a new binding; "The tattered old book is valuable and we need to rebind it"
provide with a new binding; "The tattered old book is valuable and we need to rebind it
past of rebound
present participle of rebound
plural of rebound
third-person singular of rebound
Türkçe - İngilizce
the rebound
rebound oranı
(Spor) rebound rate