bounce back

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Английский Язык - Английский Язык
To recover from a negative without seemingly any damage

We thought he'd die from the crash, but he bounced back to normal after 10 days in hospital.

A subsequent offer by a mail order operator sent to the most recent buyers in the same package with merchandise just ordered Catalog operators often supply another copy of the catalog which created the order as the bounce back (Outside offers are package inserts not bounce backs )
An offer enclosed with a mailing sent to fulfil a customer order
An additional offer enclosed with a product shipment made to your customer
If you bounce back after a bad experience, you return very quickly to your previous level of success, enthusiasm, or activity. We lost two or three early games in the World Cup, but we bounced back He is young enough to bounce back from this disappointment. = recover
improve in health; "He got well fast"
An economic recovery
A rebound
bounce back