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bounc·ing

 (boun′sĭng)
adj.
1. Vigorous; healthy: a bouncing baby.
2. Spirited; lively: a bouncing gait.

bounc′ing·ly adv.

bouncing

(ˈbaʊnsɪŋ)
adj
(when: postpositive, foll by with) vigorous and robust (esp in the phrase a bouncing baby)

bounc•ing

(ˈbaʊn sɪŋ)

adj.
1. stout, strong, or vigorous: a bouncing baby.
2. exaggerated; hearty; noisy.
[1570–80]
bounc′ing•ly, adv.

bouncing

- In bouncing baby, it means "vigorous."
See also related terms for vigor.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.bouncing - rebounding from an impact (or series of impacts)bouncing - rebounding from an impact (or series of impacts)
backlash, rebound, recoil, repercussion - a movement back from an impact
Adj.1.bouncing - vigorously healthy; "a bouncing baby"
healthy - having or indicating good health in body or mind; free from infirmity or disease; "a rosy healthy baby"; "staying fit and healthy"
2.bouncing - marked by lively actionbouncing - marked by lively action; "a bouncing gait"; "bouncy tunes"; "the peppy and interesting talk"; "a spirited dance"
lively - full of life and energy; "a lively discussion"; "lively and attractive parents"; "a lively party"

bouncing

adjective lively, healthy, thriving, blooming, robust, vigorous, energetic, perky, sprightly, alive and kicking, fighting fit, full of beans (informal), fit as a fiddle (informal), bright-eyed and bushy-tailed They are bouncing with good health in the summer.
Translations
قَويُّ البَدَن
živý
struttendesund
hraustlegur, myndarlegur

bouncing

[ˈbaʊnsɪŋ] ADJ bouncing babyniño/a m/f sanote

bouncing

[ˈbaʊnsɪŋ] adj [baby] → plein(e) de santé
to be bouncing with health → respirer la santé

bouncing

adj bouncing babystrammer Säugling

bouncing

[ˈbaunsɪŋ] adj bouncing babybambino/a pieno/a di salute

bounce

(bauns) verb
1. to (cause to) spring or jump back from a solid surface.
2. (of a cheque) to be sent back unpaid, because of lack of money in a bank account.
noun
1. (of a ball etc) an act of springing back. With one bounce the ball went over the net.
2. energy. She has a lot of bounce.
ˈbouncing adjective
strong and lively. a bouncing baby.
References in classic literature ?
The worthy fellow bounced from the elephant's neck to his rump, and vaulted like a clown on a spring-board; yet he laughed in the midst of his bouncing, and from time to time took a piece of sugar out of his pocket, and inserted it in Kiouni's trunk, who received it without in the least slackening his regular trot.
Passepartout was wrapped in uneasy dreams of the bouncing of the day before.
Even on the hottest afternoons the cottonwoods made a rustling shade, and the air smelled of popcorn and melted butter, and Bouncing Bets wilting in the sun.
Presently up breaches from the bottom of the sea a bouncing great whale, with a milky-white head and hump, all crows' feet and wrinkles.
As soon as I was mounted, holding on to Dogger's belt, the supervisor gave the word, and the party struck out at a bouncing trot on the road to Dr.
Why, Tess," he answered, after another whiff or two, "it isn't a brave bouncing girl like you who asks that?
The spirit of joy began to laugh more decidedly in Mary's eyes, but the fatal Ben came running to the door with Brownie yapping behind him, and, bouncing against them, said--
Del Mar had disappeared the moment he had locked the door, and the two men in the wagon, which was now bouncing along over the cobblestones, were strangers.
RIBUNE NEWS NETWORK With just a few weeks to go until its official launch, Bounce, the free-jumping revolution is ready with the dream team that will get adrenaline junkies bouncing at the biggest trampoline park in the Middle East.
Rawalpindi -- Cases have been registered in the matters of bouncing of cheques valuing Rs 0.
TRAMPOLINING has huge fitness benefits, so it's no wonder so many of us are bouncing back to health and getting fit at the same time
Hot sweaty, gym-goers bouncing up and down on a mini trampoline with handle bars attached