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Meanings of Rebound-on:

idiom

Unhappy and confused because a close, romantic relationship of yours has recently finished

Usage examples:

Five months after nick had left her, she married another man on the rebound.

Meanings of Rebounded:

verb

Bounce back through the air after hitting something hard.

Usage examples:

His shot hammered into the post and rebounded across the goal
noun

(in sporting contexts) a ball or shot that bounces back after striking a hard surface.

Usage examples:

He blasted the rebound into the net

Rebounder

ˌriːˈbaʊn.dər

Meanings of Rebounder:

noun

A small circular trampoline used for exercising.

Usage examples:

She also jumps up and down on a rebounder in front of morning television.

Meanings of Rebounding:

verb

Bounce back through the air after hitting something hard.

Usage examples:

His shot hammered into the post and rebounded across the goal
noun

(in sporting contexts) a ball or shot that bounces back after striking a hard surface.

Usage examples:

He blasted the rebound into the net

Meanings of Rebounds:

verb

Bounce back through the air after hitting something hard.

Usage examples:

His shot hammered into the post and rebounded across the goal
noun

(in sporting contexts) a ball or shot that bounces back after striking a hard surface.

Usage examples:

He blasted the rebound into the net

Rebozo

rɪˈbəʊzəʊ

Meanings of Rebozo:

noun

A long scarf covering the head and shoulders, traditionally worn by spanish american women.

Usage examples:

Many rural women wear a shawl, called a rebozo, and a simple dress or a skirt and blouse.

Rebozos

rɪˈbəʊzəʊ

Meanings of Rebozos:

noun

A long scarf covering the head and shoulders, traditionally worn by spanish american women.

Usage examples:

Many rural women wear a shawl, called a rebozo, and a simple dress or a skirt and blouse.

Meanings of Rebrace:

verb

To brace again.

Meanings of Rebraced:

verb

To brace again.

Meanings of Rebracing:

verb

To brace again.

Meanings of Rebranch:

verb

To give off new or additional branches, to become more branched; to branch again.

Meanings of Rebranched:

verb

To give off new or additional branches, to become more branched; to branch again.

Meanings of Rebranches:

verb

To give off new or additional branches, to become more branched; to branch again.

Meanings of Rebranching:

verb

To give off new or additional branches, to become more branched; to branch again.

Rebrand

riːˈbrand

Meanings of Rebrand:

verb

Change the corporate image of (a company or organization).

Usage examples:

The radio station has since been rebranded as 98fm

Meanings of Rebreathe:

verb

Breathe in (exhaled air).

Usage examples:

Cup your hands close to your mouth to catch and rebreathe the exhaled air

Rebreed

ˌriːˈbriːd

Meanings of Rebreed:

verb

To breed (an animal or type of animal) again, especially in order to obtain particular characteristics in the offspring.

Meanings of Rebreeding:

verb

To breed (an animal or type of animal) again, especially in order to obtain particular characteristics in the offspring.

Meanings of Rebrew:

verb

To brew again.

Meanings of Rebring:

verb

To bring back or again.

Rebroadcast

riːˈbrɔːdkɑːst

Meanings of Rebroadcast:

verb

Broadcast or relay (a programme or signal) again.

Usage examples:

The documentary will be rebroadcast on saturday
noun

A repeated or relayed broadcast.

Usage examples:

Unless it is a rebroadcast, the teacher will only have a very general idea of what the programme is…

Rebroadcasted

riːˈbrɔːdkɑːst

Meanings of Rebroadcasted:

verb

Broadcast or relay (a programme or signal) again.

Usage examples:

The documentary will be rebroadcast on saturday
noun

A repeated or relayed broadcast.

Usage examples:

Unless it is a rebroadcast, the teacher will only have a very general idea of what the programme is…

Meanings of Rebroadcasting:

verb

Broadcast or relay (a programme or signal) again.

Usage examples:

The documentary will be rebroadcast on saturday
noun

A repeated or relayed broadcast.

Usage examples:

Unless it is a rebroadcast, the teacher will only have a very general idea of what the programme is…

Rebroadcasts

riːˈbrɔːdkɑːst

Meanings of Rebroadcasts:

verb

Broadcast or relay (a programme or signal) again.

Usage examples:

The documentary will be rebroadcast on saturday
noun

A repeated or relayed broadcast.

Usage examples:

Unless it is a rebroadcast, the teacher will only have a very general idea of what the programme is…

Meanings of Rebs:

noun

A confederate soldier in the american civil war.

Usage examples:

The end of the rebs and their damned confederacy is forming right here,’ the corporal said, though …

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