bounce an idea off (of) (one)

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bounce an idea off (of) (one)

To discuss an idea with one, in order to gauge interest in it or get feedback. Can I bounce an idea off you while you're here? What do you think of this font for the title?
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bounce an idea off someone

share an idea with another person in order to get feedback on it and refine it. informal
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But when you'd like some camaraderie, a sense of community or a colleague to bounce an idea off of, you have that available to you, too.
Youd bounce an idea off of him and his approach left you scratching your head.
Looking for someone to bounce an idea off of, someone who understands firsthand the unique challenges of a small-staff executive?
"Now that he is no longer working, I miss having the ability to walk into his office and bounce an idea off of him," said JeffYoder.
"The editorial writers and Cynthia are a good audience to bounce an idea off of to see if it works," he said.