• Deflection, particularly of a solid object striking a surface

In entertainment:

In sports:

  • Bounce (jump), a type of fence in equestrian events
  • Bounce (golf), a term referring to the shape of the head on certain golf clubs
  • Running bounce, a skill in Australian rules football
  • Ball-up, a method of restarting play in Australian rules football

In technology:

  • Bounce (network), a networking term for masking connections, or sometimes a synonym for reset when applied as a verb to a server
  • Bounce message, sent when e-mail delivery fails
  • Contact bounce, a common problem with mechanical switches and relays

In other:

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