bouncing

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
(Otomotiv) sallanma
(Otomotiv) zıplama
(bebek) sağlıklı
sıçrayış
{s} sağlıklı
{s} sağlam
{s} hareketli
{s} güçlü
{s} gürbüz
sıçrama

Çocuklar kanapenin üstünde yukarı aşağı sıçramaya başladı. - The children started bouncing up and down on the couch.

Tom yatağın üstünde yukarı aşağı sıçramaya başladı. - Tom started bouncing up and down on the bed.

bounce zıpla/zıplat
{s} sıçrayan
{s} gürültücü
gürbüz/canlı
bounce
zıplamak
bounce
sekmek
bounce
{f} sektirmek
bouncing back
geri dönen
bouncing castle
çocukların çoraplarıyla üzerine çıkıp zıpladıkları plastikten şişirilmiş kale
bouncing seat
bebek oturağı
bouncing seat
yaylanan bebek koltuğu
bounce
yansıma
bounce
{i} zıplama

Zıplamadan sonra topa vur. - Hit the ball after the bounce.

bounce
canlılık
bounce
fırlamak
bounce
{i} yüksekten atma
bounce
{f} sıçramak
bounce
{i} sekme
bounce
atma
bounce
atılmak
bounce
(Ticaret) karşılıksız çıkmak
bounce
(Argo) aferin
bounce
kontak
bounce
(Bilgisayar) geri dönme
bounce
hoplatmak
bounce
hoplamak
bounce
{f} yansı
bounce
(çek) karşılıksız olduğu için geri çevrilmek
bounce
sıçrama
bounce
hoplama
bounce
zıplatmak
healthy; vigorous
Sağlıklı, dinç
bounce
Elektronik postanın gönderilen adrese ulaşmadan geri gelmesi
bounce
{f} dalmak
bounce
{f} zıpla

Onlar yukarı aşağı zıpladı. - They bounced up and down.

Zıplamadan sonra topa vur. - Hit the ball after the bounce.

bounce
{f} k.dili. (çek) karşılıksız çıkmak
bounce
kovmak
bounce
dili ha
bounce
işten cıkarmak
bounce
palavra
bounce
{f} girivermek
bounce
{i} işten atma
bounce
{f} sepetlemek (Argo)
bounce
{f} işten çıkarmak
bounce
sepetlemek
bounce
kovma
bounce
zıplayış
bounce
sıçrayış
bounce
{i} martaval
bounce
{i} övünme
bounce
sıçratmak
bounce
karşılıksız olduğu gerekçesiyle çeki iade etmek
bounce
zıplamak gürültüyle veya hızla bir yere dalmak
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
healthy; vigorous
Present participle of bounce
{n} a great or sudden noise, a crack
Present participle of to bounce
A process by which the processor computes all audio tracks, effects and VST instruments into a single audio file In Cubase VST and Cubasis VST, the Export Audio function is used to bounce tracks
If you say that someone is bouncing with health, you mean that they are very healthy. You can also refer to a bouncing baby. They are bouncing with health in the good weather Derek is now the proud father of a bouncing baby girl. see also bounce. healthy and full of energy
Stout; plump and healthy; lusty; buxom
vigorously healthy; "a bouncing baby
rebounding from an impact (or series of impacts)
Bouncing is the copying of tracks onto other tracks Typically, this is done to combine a greater number of tracks into a fewer tracks, though there are other reasons to bounce Some people call bouncing "ping-ponging "
Alternate name for Ping-Ponging (playing several tacks with sync playback through a console to mix them together and record them on an open track)
marked by lively action; "a bouncing gait"; "bouncy tunes"; "the peppy and interesting talk"; "a spirited dance" vigorously healthy; "a bouncing baby
Bouncing a message, means to re-send the message "as is" to someone, while making it appear that the new message is still from the person who sent the original message See section 8 1 Commands for Sending Mail
Excessive; big
vigorously healthy; "a bouncing baby"
v Technique used for making progress up a route where the climber is below the last piece of protection and has no holds or contact with the rock, such a situation could be in the middle of the roof of a cave where the climber has fallen off and dropped a fair distance The technique involves the climber climbing the rope with their hands then letting go and the slack is taken in by the belayer before the climber begins to fall This technique is not easy and should be practiced! Also: to boink, to superman
{s} robust, strong, healthy
The process of combining several tracks together and re-recording them onto another track is called bouncing This is normally done to free up tracks for more recording For example, you might have three background vocals recorded on tracks 1 to 3 By combining these tracks with a mixer, and routing them to track 5, tracks 1 to 3 can be erased and used to record other materials Keep in mind that bouncing does require that you pre-decide on levels, EQ, etc for the tracks being bounced - once they are combined, it is impossible to adjust their relative levels (overall level and EQ of the bounced track can, of course, still be adjusted)
marked by lively action; "a bouncing gait"; "bouncy tunes"; "the peppy and interesting talk"; "a spirited dance"
bouncing Betties
plural form of bouncing Betty
bouncing Betty
A land mine propelled a meter or two into the air before exploding. Its activation was by tripwire. First used extensively in warfare by Germany during World War One
bouncing bomb
A bomb designed to bounce to a target across water in a calculated manner, in order to avoid obstacles and allow the bomb's speed and detonation time to be pre-determined
bouncing bombs
plural form of bouncing bomb
bouncing castle
a large inflatable structure, resembling a castle etc., on which children jump and play
bouncing castles
plural form of bouncing castle
bouncing off the walls
Present participle of bounce off the walls
Bouncing Betty
explosive that bounces 3 to 4 feet into the air before detonating
bouncing Bet
A perennial Eurasian herb (Saponaria officinalis) having dense clusters of pink to whitish flowers. Also called soapwort
bouncing betty
an anti-personnel land mine
bouncing putty
a soft elastic silicone polymer that increases in elasticity with the application of force; used in the center of golf balls and as shock-absorbent padding
bounce
A 'good' beat
bounce
A change of direction of motion after hitting an obstacle
bounce
A talent for leaping

Them pro-ballers got bounce!.

bounce
The sack, licensing
bounce
An email return with any error
bounce
To fail to cover (have sufficient funds for) (a draft presented against one's account)

He tends to bounce a check or two toward the end of each month, before his payday.

bounce
A bang, boom
bounce
To return undelivered

The girl in the bar told me her address is [email protected], but my mail to that address bounced back to me.

bounce
To be refused by a bank because it is drawn on insufficient funds

We can’t accept further checks from you, as your last one bounced.

bounce
A genre of New Orleans music
bounce
To attack unexpectedly

The squadron was bounced north of the town.

bounce
leap suddenly; "He bounced to his feet"
bounce
{v} to leap, spring, crack, boast, bully
bounce
{n} a leap, kick, sudden noise, or blow, boast
Laughing So Hard My Belly Is Bouncing
LSHMBB, I am laughing uncontrollably (Internet chat slang)
bounce
To have sexual intercourse
bounce
To move quickly up and then down, or vice versa, once or repeatedly
bounce
rebounding from an impact (or series of impacts)
bounce
Bluster; brag; untruthful boasting; audacious exaggeration; an impudent lie; a bouncer
bounce
the quality of a substance that is able to rebound rebounding from an impact (or series of impacts) hit something so that it bounces; "bounce a ball" eject from the premises; "The ex-boxer's job is to bounce people who want to enter this private club" spring back; spring away from an impact; "The rubber ball bounced"; "These particles do not resile but they unite after they collide" move up and down repeatedly leap suddenly; "He bounced to his feet" refuse to accept and send back; "bounce a check" come back after being refused; "the check bounced
bounce
A bounced mail message, a term applied to an electronic mail message when it is not able to be delivered
bounce
To boast; to talk big; to bluster
bounce
If you send e-mail and it fails to arrive at its intended recipient for any reason (incorrect user name, network failure, etc ), the message "bounces" and returns to you The subject line in a bounced message usually says something like: Undeliverable Mail or Message Undeliverable
bounce
This is what happens when email returns as undeliverable
bounce
To bully; to scold
bounce
Swagger
bounce
If you send email and it fails to arrive at its intended recipient for any reason (incorrect user name, network failure, etc ), the message "bounces" and returns to you The subject line in a bounced message usually says something like: Undeliverable Mail or Message Undeliverable
bounce
To strike or thump, so as to rebound, or to make a sudden noise; a knock loudly
bounce
come back after being refused; "the check bounced
bounce
Returned, undeliverable mail Also the act of returning undeliverable mail Bounces are returned to the sender address in the envelope* of the mail; the sender given in the header* is not used
bounce
To drive against anything suddenly and violently; to bump; to thump
bounce
To leave
bounce
(1) a repeating registration problem in the printing stage of production (2) Customer unhappy with the results of a printing project and refuses to accept the project
bounce
A heavy, sudden, and often noisy, blow or thump
bounce
{f} jump; skip; hop; make jump
bounce
eject from the premises; "The ex-boxer's job is to bounce people who want to enter this private club"
bounce
When an object such as a ball bounces or when you bounce it, it moves upwards from a surface or away from it immediately after hitting it. I bounced a ball against the house My father would burst into the kitchen bouncing a football. a falling pebble, bouncing down the eroded cliff They watched the dodgem cars bang and bounce. Bounce is also a noun. The wheelchair tennis player is allowed two bounces of the ball
bounce
A sudden leap or bound; a rebound
bounce
To turn power off and back on; to reset
bounce
To return as undeliverable or redeliver to the appropriate address
bounce
To change the direction of motion after hitting an obstacle
bounce
move up and down repeatedly leap suddenly; "He bounced to his feet"
bounce
refuse to accept and send back; "bounce a check"
bounce
come back after being refused; "the check bounced"
bounce
The return of a piece of mail because of an error in its delivery [Source: ZEN]
bounce
A bit like a bouncing check If and e-mail is returned to sender because the e-mail address was invalid the e-mail has bounced
bounce
To cause to move quickly up and then down, or vice versa, once or repeatedly
bounce
With a sudden leap; suddenly
bounce
A good beat
bounce
The return of a piece of mail because of an error in its delivery [Source: ZEN] [RFC 1983]
bounce
a light springing movement upwards or forwards
bounce
A term applied to an e-mail message when it is returned to you as undeliverable
bounce
What your e-mail does when it cannot get to its recipient-- it bounces back to you
bounce
If you bounce on a soft surface, you jump up and down on it repeatedly. She lets us do anything, even bounce on our beds
bounce
If someone bounces somewhere, they move there in an energetic way, because they are feeling happy. Moira bounced into the office
bounce
To return undeliverable mail to sender, just as is done with real mail Just as with real mail, there is some work involved with taking the returned message and re-sending it to the correct address; however, unlike paper mail, there is no need for electronic mail to bounce this way; it's just that most MTAs are too dumb to do it well
bounce
The return of a piece of mail because of an error in the delivery process Mail can be bounced for various reasons "Bounce" can also refer to the message indicating the error (informal usage)
bounce
Drugs
bounce
To eject violently, as from a room; to discharge unceremoniously, as from employment
bounce
When a user sends e-mail and it fails to reach the recipient for any reason (for example, an incorrect address, network failure, etc ), the message will return to the user - it "bounces" back An undelivered e-mail message will usually come back with a subject line saying something like "Undeliverable Mail" or "Message Undeliverable "
bounce
If sound or light bounces off a surface or is bounced off it, it reaches the surface and is reflected back. Your arms and legs need protection from light bouncing off glass They work by bouncing microwaves off solid objects
bounce
Of a cheque/check, to be refused by a bank because it is drawn on insufficient funds
bounce
What e-mail does when it doesn't go through to the recipient
bounce
An explosion, or the noise of one
bounce
If an e-mail or other electronic message bounces, it is returned to the person who sent it because the address was wrong or because of a problem with one of the computers involved in sending it
bounce
the quality of a substance that is able to rebound
bounce
What email does when it can't reach its intended recipient, for whatever reason
bounce
If you bounce your ideas off someone, you tell them to that person, in order to find out what they think about them. It was good to bounce ideas off another mind Let's bounce a few ideas around
bounce
hit something so that it bounces; "bounce a ball"
bounce
If a cheque bounces or if a bank bounces it, the bank refuses to accept it and pay out the money, because the person who wrote it does not have enough money in their account. Our only complaint would be if the cheque bounced His bank wrongly bounced cheques worth £75,000
bounce
The return of a piece of email because it could not be delivered to the specified address
bounce
Email which cannot be delivered for any reason and is returned to the sender
bounce
To be attacked unexpectedly
bounce
To cause to bound or rebound; sometimes, to toss
bounce
If something bounces or if something bounces it, it swings or moves up and down. Her long black hair bounced as she walked Then I noticed the car was bouncing up and down as if someone were jumping on it The wind was bouncing the branches of the big oak trees. = bob
bounce
{i} hop, skip; boasting, bragging
bounce
A movement up and then down (or vice versa), once or repeatedly
bounce
The return of a piece of mail because of an error in its delivery
bounce
move up and down repeatedly
bounce
spring back; spring away from an impact; "The rubber ball bounced"; "These particles do not resile but they unite after they collide"
bounce
To leap or spring suddenly or unceremoniously; to bound; as, she bounced into the room
bounce
A dogfish of Europe (Scyllium catulus)
bounce
This term refers to when you send an e-mail to a non-existent recipient and the e-mail is "bounced" back to you
bounce
The return of a piece of mail because of an error in the delivery process Mail can be bounced for various reasons
bouncing

    Расстановка переносов

    boun·cing

    Турецкое произношение

    baunsîng

    Произношение

    /ˈbounsəɴɢ/ /ˈbaʊnsɪŋ/

    Этимология

    [ 'baun(t)s ] (verb.) 13th century. Middle English bounsen.

    Общие Словосочетания

    bouncing motion

    Слово дня

    coliseum
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