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rebound from something

1. Lit. to bounce back from something. The ball rebounded from the wall and hit Randy hard on the elbow. When the ball rebounded from the backboard, it bounced onto the court and Tom tripped on it.
2. Fig. to recover quickly from something. Barbara rebounded from her illness in less than a week. I hope I can rebound from this cold quickly.
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on the rebound

1. becoming stronger or better again Wall Street is on the rebound a day after stock prices plunged to new lows. Improved housing and rising rents are both signs of a community on the rebound.
2. recovering from the recent end of a romantic relationship You're a great guy, but I'm still on the rebound and I'm just not ready to start seeing anyone.
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on the rebound

unhappy and confused because a close, romantic relationship of yours has recently finished She was on the rebound when she met Jack. Six months after Julia left him, he married someone else on the rebound.
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on the rebound

Reacting to or recovering from an unhappy experience, especially the end of a love affair. For example, A month after breaking up with Larry, Jane got engaged to Bob, a classic case of being on the rebound . This metaphoric term, alluding to the bouncing back of a ball, has been used in the present sense since the mid-1800s, although rebound alone had been used figuratively for much longer.
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The lack of evidence for resistance to indinavir is surprising given the viral rebound levels in these patients.
Perhaps you will pick up an idea that can help your players--big or small--earn the rebounds they deserve.
We look forward to helping Rebound help its clients execute their transactions with confidence.
The Lakers were outrebounded 45-27 Friday, and gave up 15 offensive rebounds, seven to Boozer.
Teammate Kavita Goss' all-around game included 10 points, nine rebounds, seven assists and seven steals.
Mata and Mbah a Moute combined for 15 points and 15 rebounds.
She also added that in the past few seasons, the Hawks have struggled with improving on many of the fundamentals of the game, including grabbing rebounds and cutting down on turnovers.
The consistency of this rebound across laboratory (rodent and primate) and clinical studies, including the recent TLC study (Rogan et al.
6,21) However, a small percentage of patients maintained viral suppression (defined as viral load less than 5,000 copies/mL) for up to 3 months (17%) and 1 year (8%) after stopping treatment, and only 1 patient developed drug resistance that required salvage therapy, (21) though viral rebound (HIV RNA greater than 100 copies/mL) was detected within 8 days in the majority of patients.
In addition, the REBOUND ACROSS AMERICA team will serve as television weather hosts and celebrity sports hosts in selected cities, scrimmage with NBA stars at camps run by the Minneapolis Timberwolves, Dallas Mavericks, and Chicago Bulls; take in Game 5 of the NBA playoffs between the Detroit Pistons and San Antonio Spurs, as well as a Detroit Tigers vs.
They started Thomas as opposed to James Jones, and Thomas had 10points and 11 rebounds in the first half.
Washington out-rebounded USC 64-49, including 32 offensive rebounds.
Thomas is second on the team in scoring and rebounding, averaging nine points and six rebounds.
Smush Parker matched his career high with 24 points, 12 rebounds and six assists.
1 Piedmont and 27 points and 10 rebounds in Hart's upset of No.