to bounce

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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.

A 'good' beat
A talent for leaping

Them pro-ballers got bounce!.

A bang, boom
A change of direction of motion after hitting an obstacle
The sack, licensing
An email return with any error
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.

To attack unexpectedly

The squadron was bounced north of the town.

A genre of New Orleans music
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.

leap suddenly; "He bounced to his feet"
{n} a leap, kick, sudden noise, or blow, boast
{v} to leap, spring, crack, boast, bully
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
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
To eject violently, as from a room; to discharge unceremoniously, as from employment
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 "
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
Of a cheque/check, to be refused by a bank because it is drawn on insufficient funds
The return of a piece of mail because of an error in the delivery process Mail can be bounced for various reasons
An explosion, or the noise of one
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
the quality of a substance that is able to rebound
A term applied to an e-mail message when it is returned to you as undeliverable
A sudden leap or bound; a rebound
A movement up and then down (or vice versa), once or repeatedly
This term refers to when you send an e-mail to a non-existent recipient and the e-mail is "bounced" back to you
A dogfish of Europe (Scyllium catulus)
spring back; spring away from an impact; "The rubber ball bounced"; "These particles do not resile but they unite after they collide"
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
The return of a piece of email because it could not be delivered to the specified address
rebounding from an impact (or series of impacts)
{f} jump; skip; hop; make jump
eject from the premises; "The ex-boxer's job is to bounce people who want to enter this private club"
The return of a piece of mail because of an error in its delivery [Source: ZEN] [RFC 1983]
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
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
Email which cannot be delivered for any reason and is returned to the sender
move up and down repeatedly
To be attacked unexpectedly
To cause to bound or rebound; sometimes, to toss
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
hit something so that it bounces; "bounce a ball"
{i} hop, skip; boasting, bragging
The return of a piece of mail because of an error in its delivery
To turn power off and back on; to reset
If someone bounces somewhere, they move there in an energetic way, because they are feeling happy. Moira bounced into the office
To cause to move quickly up and then down, or vice versa, once or repeatedly
A heavy, sudden, and often noisy, blow or thump
With a sudden leap; suddenly
The return of a piece of mail because of an error in its delivery [Source: ZEN]
move up and down repeatedly leap suddenly; "He bounced to his feet"
To leave
come back after being refused; "the check bounced"
To move quickly up and then down, or vice versa, once or repeatedly
To drive against anything suddenly and violently; to bump; to thump
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
come back after being refused; "the check bounced
To strike or thump, so as to rebound, or to make a sudden noise; a knock loudly
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
refuse to accept and send back; "bounce a check"
To change the direction of motion after hitting an obstacle
To bully; to scold
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
(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
What your e-mail does when it cannot get to its recipient-- it bounces back to you
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