bounce for (something)

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bounce for (something)

To pay for something expensive, especially as a treat for oneself or someone else. I decided to bounce for the new video game as a reward to myself for doing so well on my exam. Janet is bouncing for a trip to Disney World for her family this summer.
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bounce for something

verb
See also: bounce, something
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"I am training hard to ensure I don't find myself in the mentally torturous situation of knowing I need to keep bouncing for far longer than Casie and James to match their totals."
"We plan on smashing the world record for space hopper tomfoolery and expect the park to be full of people bouncing for this fantastic cause.
Jessica said she was very pleased with her achievement, although she did not complete her target of bouncing for 24 hours non-stop.